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drt1200

Member Since 13 Apr 2009
Offline Last Active May 20 2015 01:48 PM

Topics I've Started

WB30T10044 Burner element wiring question

10 March 2012 - 05:22 PM

I have a new wbb44t10044 burner. It s a replacement burner. Problem I have is the new burner comes with 5 terminals , the old one had 6 terminals Am i missing a tech sheet for the replacement?

Frigidaire DGHS2624KE2

03 January 2012 - 11:07 PM

DGHS2624KE2 Frig Refer

Tech manual if possibe

Thanks

WFW9400SW01

18 November 2011 - 12:03 AM

I get 3 beeps when I try to start this pig. The only function is the lock function.
I replaced the CCU and the door lock but no joy.
Does anyone have any ideas what problem could cause this symptom?

No Fresh Food Fan on Samsung RB1955SH

27 October 2011 - 07:49 PM

I hope there is someone out there with some Samsung experience.
I have a unit that has been driving me nuts. I get no fan in the FF section. I have thought I checked everything and decided to replace the PCB main board, but it has made no difference. The fan will power up with a jumper to 120v but no joy thru the refrigerator circuit. I have read the service manual back and forth and my thoughts were to the Micom, but I can not see where I pick up the test points to check the DC voltages that are refered to in the manual. I see that there should be say 5V at pin 22 but I can't find where the + or - point should be picked up to get the reading.
Maybe someone that is more familiar with Samsung might know from past experience.
I don't want to buy any more parts that I cant return by guessing. Bad for business ;(
Thanks for any responses in advance

wfu9500two1

21 October 2011 - 09:28 PM

This may seem to be an odd request. Does anyone know of some kind of documentation for Whirlpool Duets or any front loader that would give the power up sequence to the various components on the washer? Kind of like a "POST" a computer has when you start it up. The service manual does not supply this info.
What I mean is when you press the start button certain things happen before the machine starts, like the rotary dispenser motor resets, the door lock is actuated,the water valves turn on , power is supplied to certain components, etc. It would make it much easier to diagnose a electrical problem if I knew what was suppose to happen when the machine starts up. The old machines use to have a timer chart that would show this but I don't see them for the electronic machines.
Thanks


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