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blockisle9

Member Since 27 Dec 2009
Offline Last Active May 19 2013 06:48 PM

Topics I've Started

GE Dryer, DDE5100RALWH Heating element.

16 May 2013 - 03:37 PM

I'm trying to find out the part number for the heater coil for a dryer model number DDE5100RALWH.
When I try and search the only thing I can find is for model number DDE5100RALWW.
Are they the same?
I've replaced the elements on other dryers, however this one seems a bit more involved and its quite a bit more money. (That is if the WH and the WW are the same)
Any input would be helpful.
Thank you very muck

GE Bottom Freezer Refridgerator 7 years old freezer cold but refrigerator warm

13 January 2012 - 04:46 PM

My friends GE bottom freezer refrigerator is giving her trouble. The freezer works fine bur the refrigerator is warm. I’ve been looking around and have a good idea of what to check for.
She could not find her model number and I just wanted and get some basic information for now before I head over there.
It’s a stainless, bottom freezer that’s a drawer and a single refrigerator door no ice maker.
I was just wondering how to access the fan, ducts, defrost heaters and circuit board and anything else I need to check.
I just don’t want to disassemble more than I have to. I know the model number is needed, I was just hoping most GE units are similar.
One can hope
Thank You

Lenny

GE Dishwasher GSD6660G00SS Touch Pad?

31 December 2011 - 03:55 PM

The start buttom on my dishwasher does not work all the time. I looked on line for a part number and came up with two different ones (WD34X10596 and WD34X10603). From what I can see in the photo they look the same. Any Idea what the difference is or which one I would need? Also, can the problem go deeper than just the touch pad? I can get it to work by playing around with it.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Lenny

Maytag oven model #CRE9400ACW

24 January 2010 - 08:27 AM

I’m back for more advice, awhile back my oven kept beeping with codes randomly with the everything off (oven and burners) I forgot what the codes were) At that time I goggled the codes and came up with possible oven sensor or the touch pad control.  I pulled the oven sensor because it was the easiest and I presume the least expensive. I did this before finding this web site. I’m just getting around getting a replacement sensor. I know with out the codes, this would be just guessing on your part, do you think my assumption is correct? I would also like to know if there is a way to test the old sensor and would you know what the part number is for a new one. I’ve attached a picture of the old one; it’s about 6" long.

Thanks again for any help you can provide

Lenny

 

Maytag dryer PYE2200AYW

27 December 2009 - 08:13 AM

I have not done much checking yet, I did take the front off and cleaned all the lint that was stuck in and around the lint door. I took and amperage reading at the circuit breaker and one leg was drawing 3 to 4 amps and the other leg was drawing around 17 amps. Im guessing its not the heating element. or it would not even get warm. The readings seem odd but maybe when I checked them the thermostat was reading satisfied. 
Any ideas?

Thanks


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