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DBXR463EG0WW ELEC DRYER wont stop!

02 November 2012 - 08:46 AM

Greetings to the Dojo!
I have been away for some time, and helping the current appliance manager.

We have a GE electric dryer that will not shut off in the More Dry/Less Dry modes. Timed works fine.

The timer switch was replaced, as was Humidity detector, OH sensor and Temp sensor all replaced. What tells the timer to advance during the 'More Dry ' cycle?

Many Thanks.

PSW23PSWA SS Enter diagnostic mode

04 August 2010 - 09:38 AM



I have a service manual request in, but if anyone has the procedure to enter the diagnostic mode, and/or the trouble code charts....

It might save me from caling A+E (ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGH!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOO!!!!)



PSW23PSWASS Service Manual

04 August 2010 - 08:23 AM

Greetings all!

Surfed the manual list, but not sure which one I need. Found the dual evap manual, but it was for an 'inside the FF section' control, whereas this one is a touch screen on the door.


Or a clue as to how to get it in service mode, I can *hope* the codes are the same..




LG Refrigerator LFX23961SB Code Er1F

14 July 2010 - 04:33 AM


I could really use a service manual for the above refrigerator :)

Still is cold, no water out of dispenser, and codes displayed.

Found a few possibilities on the web, " This code ER IF is referring to the ice maker fan."

being the most common.



(Hey! This is my post #100! :party:WooooHoooo!)

GE Model #WCVH6800J0WW Front Loader dancing.

20 April 2010 - 05:02 AM


One of our residents has a front loader with a shaking problem. Worst on towel loads, little or no shakes with lighter loads. At the final drain/spin stage, it starts at 7 min, rotates seveal times to distribute the load, then spins  little faster. Starts to clunk and bump, then slows and stops. Does the tumble/distribute routine again. Repeats this 3-5 times, then finally spins. The first time, shaking and never semed to get to top speed on the spin. Counts down 4 min to off as it spins. Checking the towels, they are still rather damp.

Put them back in for a 'drain and spin' cycle. Starts at 12 min, works its way down to 9 min, all the time tumbling the towels, then spinning just fast enough to keep the towels from falling. Attempting to go faster, it thumps,bumpsand stops. Then back to the slow tumble and 12 min. Did this 3 times, then seemed to 'find its balance' and get pat 8 min and start to really spin. THIS time it gets into 'high gear' on the spin, and water is seen coming out of the towels. NOW when they are removed, they are almost dry.

Ran washer empty and to establish there was no problem empty- smooth as silk.

Machine was installed 6/10/08 and does 10 loads a week +/-.  Passed all diagnostic tests just fine. I am leaning towards new shocks for it, but at $200 for the set of 4... I wanted to consult the dojo.



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