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sgunther

Member Since 08 Jun 2009
Offline Last Active Oct 13 2013 03:20 AM

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In Topic: Leaking Frigidaire FDL60P11 Dehumidifier: Lessons Learned

27 July 2011 - 12:21 PM

OR, if you could return the operation to the original Water Tank
(so that if it fills, the Float Switch would turn it OFF)
AND drill a hole in the Tank, add a Garden Hose Adapter ... :whistling:


I had not even considered that, great idea.

In Topic: Leaking Frigidaire FDL60P11 Dehumidifier: Lessons Learned

27 July 2011 - 10:30 AM

There is one in the collecton bin but since it is direct connected to the drain that is not in play. Are you recommending adding an additional auxiliary switch directly to the drip tray?

In Topic: GE PTS22LCPARWW Question

18 March 2011 - 11:34 AM

I went to get breakfast this morning and the unit had stopped working again last night, I am going to order and replace the main board. I looked closer at the main board and did see some signs of heat damage to the board by the resistors next to J2. Is this indicative of a bad evap fan? I did notice that GE replaced the model of fan in the unit now with a new model number (New: WR60X10228 - Was: WR60X10151). Given the fan is working would you replace the fan given the yellow discoloration to the main board board? I assume the fan referenced at the link below is the correct one.

http://www.repaircli...er=PTS22LCPARWW

In Topic: GE PTS22LCPARWW Question

14 March 2011 - 08:01 PM

Both fans were running (condenser and evaporator), lights were on, control panel was powered. It may not been working for 1.5 days before we caught it with the weekend and I ended up throwing out all of the stuff that was in the freezer and about half of the stuff in the refrigerator, I can't really afford to take chances eating spoiled food not to mention the cost! Power cycling alone was not enough, when I did that earlier it did not work, only after fully disconnecting and reconnecting everything did it come back to life.

In Topic: GE Profile Dryer DPSB620EC2WW Moisture Sensor

11 June 2009 - 06:19 AM

Problem Solved

Thanks for the manual.  Even though I "cleaned" the moisture sensor there was still a baked on film that was causing the circuit to not be made.  I even took my multimeter and noticed that there was no continuity between different points of the same metal bar.  Some ultra fine sandpaper and steel wool and now I have good continuity and the sensors work again.  I did a test dry on auto mode and it fully dried this time.


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