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BEdwards

Member Since 14 Apr 2010
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 07:58 PM

#304559 Model No. PFS22SISBSS

Posted by BEdwards on 30 September 2014 - 09:31 PM

I had this same model the other day having the same symptoms. The clicking was coming from the motherboard. The display was not working and the condenser fan was not working. New main board fixed all the problems.

 

Part number: AP4436216

Part number: AP4436216




#304557 Bosch SHU9905UC/06 Starts and stops

Posted by BEdwards on 30 September 2014 - 09:19 PM

These units have to be mounted perfectly level, especially side to side. If the door latch does not line up correctly it can cause intermittent issues.




#304042 Fisher & Paykel DD605 DishDrawer not finishing cycle

Posted by BEdwards on 24 September 2014 - 08:46 AM

I didn't see a Crack but it was very wet around the quick connect fitting. I gave a quote to replace the hose


#303991 Fisher & Paykel DD605 DishDrawer not finishing cycle

Posted by BEdwards on 23 September 2014 - 08:00 PM

Turned out the upper drawer was leaking water and holding it in the plastic cover over the motor. It would leak into the lower drawer and if it was open into the lower pan causing the F1. Thanks everyone for the help.




#303779 Maytag Washer MVWB750WR0 leaking water

Posted by BEdwards on 20 September 2014 - 08:14 PM

More than likely water seeping by the tub seal. Have to replace the entire drive shaft/bearing kit. There not too bad, I have done a few of them. There is a video on this site somewhere that shows step by step how to do it. I will see if I can find it.

 

Here is that video link https://www.youtube....h?v=XUltDBKLU3I

 

Part number: AP5325033

Part number: AP5325033




#303200 GE Side by side fridge Model: GSL25FXB LB - Freezer cold, fridge warm

Posted by BEdwards on 12 September 2014 - 05:29 PM

You can pull the back wall cover off without killing the power. Just watch the light bulb and don't singe your skin off as your pulling up(experience speaking). Get a pic of the evaporator frost pattern and post it here. You will probably have to post to a file sharing service and post the link to the image here unless you upgrade your membership.

 

Sounds like you might have a problem with the damper if you feel no air coming through. I am not sure of the algorithm that tells it when to open. Since you said your freezer temps are high, it may be closed by design to get the freezer to temp first. I will let another expert on here chime in if they know the answer to that.




#303180 GE Side by side fridge Model: GSL25FXB LB - Freezer cold, fridge warm

Posted by BEdwards on 12 September 2014 - 02:25 PM

Before going out and buying a meter, I would definitely take the back cover off and inspect the evaporator frost pattern. Make sure that it is evenly coated from top to bottom with a light frost pattern. If any parts of the coil are shiny metal and not frosted, you have a sealed system issue.




#303175 GE Side by side fridge Model: GSL25FXB LB - Freezer cold, fridge warm

Posted by BEdwards on 12 September 2014 - 01:42 PM

Is the back wall of the freezer covered with ice? If so it indicates that you do have a defrost failure. You will need to get a multimeter and access the motherboard to do some testing. The two most common items I replace for this is the defrost thermistor and/or the defrost heater.

 

If no ice on the back wall, check to make sure your evaporator fan motor is running in freezer. You will probably have to hold down the light switch for the fan to cut on.




#303101 how to access/replace igniters on a GE Monogram ZDP484NGPSS

Posted by BEdwards on 11 September 2014 - 03:59 PM

Good video here on how to change out the igniter.

 

Part number: AP3842287

Part number: AP3842287




#303099 GE Refrigerator GSH22JFTACC

Posted by BEdwards on 11 September 2014 - 03:54 PM

Did you make sure the ice chute seal was closing fully. The solenoid could be rusted and not letting it shut all the way or I have actually had to replace the seal itself because they become deformed and do not form a complete seal.

 

Part number: AP3963333

Part number: AP3963333

 

Part number: AP3672582

Part number: AP3672582




#302658 samsung smh1713b microwave just won't stop

Posted by BEdwards on 05 September 2014 - 09:27 PM

Sounds like the high voltage relay is stuck closed on the main board.

 

Part number: AP5589353

Part number: AP5589353




#301479 VamPLIERS anyone use them?

Posted by BEdwards on 20 August 2014 - 03:44 PM

Look too cool. Just ordered a set, $34.97 plus free 2 day shipping. Like a kid in a candy store.




#300980 Maytag microwave MMV4205AAQ Loud noise, smells like burning when mag is on.

Posted by BEdwards on 14 August 2014 - 09:06 AM

Just about every time I have had the strong burning smell or even a little smoke, it has always been the H.V. Capacitor burnt up. Can't 100% tell from the diagram, but you should be able to pull back the control panel and get eyes on the cap. Sometimes you can visually see them burnt around the top plastic area.




#300329 Need tool for removing/installing front load washer tub seals

Posted by BEdwards on 04 August 2014 - 09:56 PM

That one works pretty good for most WP and GE's I've been on, but had a Frigi the other day and there was no way to get it in the spring. Overall, I think it's worth the $25.




#298722 Whirlpool GU2275XTVQ3 is dead

Posted by BEdwards on 15 July 2014 - 07:57 PM

Pull the lower cover off again and pull the cover over the electrical connection. Remove the wire nuts and reconnect them just to verify you don't have a loose connection that is going in and out every time you wiggle the unit.







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