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DurhamAppliance

Member Since 23 Jul 2010
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DurhamAppliance's Blog > The Things You Don't Know

Posted 24 August 2014

I'm sure some of you wonder why I'm always preaching about being prepared, scanning service manuals/tech sheets, looking for bulletins, reading pertinent posts etc prior to going on a repair. I think the following best illustrates my reason:

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DurhamAppliance's Blog > Disassembling a GE Double Drawer Fridge.. PITA Video

Posted 18 May 2014

I had lots of fun disassembling and reassembling this GE model PGCS1NFXASS and I had the pleasure of doing it twice in two days.

The first day I replaced a bad mainboard and replaced the evap thermistor for good measure. There were no burned out fan resistors and the evap fan seemed to work fine. Rookie mistake. I still should have tested the fan's rpm...


DurhamAppliance's Blog > Repairing Samsung Fridges, Simplicity to Supremacy Pt 1

Posted 18 May 2014

I hope this helps you kick some Samsung Fridge Bootay!


On a Samsung repair, the First thing you do is talk with the customer about the problem. DO NOT open or let customer open the doors or unplug the fridge. "Ma'am, don't touch the fridge. Only the facts, please."

The second thing you MUST do with Samsungs is "talk to the fridge." Again do not op...


DurhamAppliance's Blog > Frigidaire Refrigerator Survival Kit

Posted 09 February 2014

Finding Frigidaire manuals is a bit different from other manufacturers.
The Style and manufacture date are more important than the model number.

Once you know the manufacture date for a fridge, simply pick the last manual produced before that date. If you don't know the date, you can always click here ,http://b2b.frigidaire.com/support/manuals.asp a...


DurhamAppliance's Blog > You can't touch this... Non-contact voltage detectors

Posted 27 January 2014



Why so many voltage testers? Well during last years ASTI, the instructor in Basic Electronics asked for those who were afraid of electricity to raise their hand. I embarrassingly raised my hand along with a few others.

He then asked for a show of hands of those who had a healthy respect for electricity. To those he replie...



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