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jeffiepoo

Member Since 12 May 2006
Offline Last Active Jan 05 2011 12:47 AM

Topics I've Started

leaking whirlpool dishwasher Model gu2300xtvq1

08 December 2010 - 06:21 PM

Whirlpool GU2300XTVQ1

My 13 month old dishwasher started leaking today. It's leaking from just one side. I've read reasons for leaks, and the gaskets seem to be fine, but then, I am a lowly grasshopper, and am not skilled in recognizing what I am looking at.

Please help. I'm choking on my own rage since I'm having this issue with a 13 month old dishwasher

Jeffiepoo

Kitchenaid model KUDM22OT4 How old is this? Leaking from???

25 October 2009 - 07:52 AM

All of our kitchen appliances have died and have been replaced (fridge, oven/range, microwave) except our dishwasher. Now there is a leaking into the basement from the old girl.

Based on the model number, can anyone tell me how old this unit is? Again, it's model KUDM22OT4, serial number FA2627586.

I took down the hinged bottom, and could see water under the unit, but couldn't tell exactly from where though.

I'm trying to decide is a unit this old worth repairing (it was in the house when we got here 10 years ago). If it's worth repairing ... where to start ... just a grasshopper here. (though I repaired my old range before, as well, as my old clothes washer ... so I'm not a total moron ... just mostly a moron)

Thanks

Tappan Range Model 30-3860-00/01

05 June 2008 - 11:53 PM

Sitting in another, not having used the range for 18 hours or so, I heard the beep beep beep of what sounded like the the timer alarm. I knew I hadn't set it, but went to investigate it. The display was flashing f5.

The paper work/manual that came with it says,
F5 with an alarm.

The watchdog circuit is active when it should be disabled.

The microprocessor check for operation of EOCrelay after selection of Bake Broil, or clean operation, and relay failed test.

Refer to : Display shows failure code F5



Then somewhere else it said to see if buttons where binding on the glass, if not to replace the EOC.

My questions are several.

1) Do you agree that I should just replace the EOC?

2) Is this easy enough for a moron like me to do?

3) Is there anything else that it may be? What should I check?

Code E20 on my Frigidaire Front-load washer Model GLTF 2940ES3

09 December 2007 - 12:23 PM

I was pretty good at working on my old washing machine ... I knew how to take it apart an all. But back then, I made some dumb mistakes.

This washer was new in May of 06, so I don't want to screw this one up.

I have an error code that is e20. I have read that it's a problem with the pump, or drain hoses. How do I start? I don't know how to get access to the the pump. Is there a front panel that comes off? I can only see two screws way on the bottom (facing front).

Or, do I start in the back? I can't see back there, yet, b/c the back is not easily accessible. *(Before I pull it out, I wanted to make sure that I needed to)

Muchas thank you s in advance.

Code EFO or EF0 on my Frigidaire Front-load washer Model GLTF 2940ES3

24 November 2007 - 02:34 AM

This unit was new in May of 06.

Today for the first time it gave me an error code efo or ef0, not really sure. Anyway, from what I could find here in the dojo, it seems to be soap related. Well, I have only ever used HE soap, and never the full amount. So I am fishing around for other ideas.

Anyone have some?

I called the store where the item was purchased, and they are trying to research the code, to no avail yet.


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