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DurhamAppliance

Member Since 23 Jul 2010
Online Last Active Today, 05:40 AM

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In Topic: Request sevice manual for Frigidaire washer and dryer combo MD# FLEB8200FS0

Today, 04:21 AM

search for " Frigidaire Laundry Center" and let us know if any those manuals apply

In Topic: Help Choosing a New Refrigerator

23 October 2014 - 08:54 PM

You've seen the demise of all standard American built appliance manufacturers but first you saw the demise of those companies' standards. Their problem is they relied too much on being "American made" while lowering their standards and increasing Executives' pay.

The American car industry has rebounded only after American consumers stopped blindly following them. They realized they had to stop making stupid products and dumb decisions. Whirpool couldn't care less about me, why should I blindly support them when they are acting like aholes. and making crappy products?

If given a chance, these companies would quickly move to another country to avoid paying American taxes. You actually think they are as patriotic as you?

btw check out http://www.consumerr...-made/index.htm.

Now, after Electrolux has purchased GE appliances , you are only left with advising mid-priced customers to buy whirlpool.... well... but. not the whirlpool labeled ge or electrolux products... nor Sears Kenmore... too confusing.

In Topic: How to Test the Evaporator and Condenser Fan Motors in a GE Refrigerator with...

23 October 2014 - 08:12 PM

Hey.. English majors? I resemble that remark!

In Topic: JENN AIR WW27430B

23 October 2014 - 06:06 AM

Applying logic to the problem will solve it quite easily if the above advice doesn't work.

1) If getting errors for both ovens, odds are you have a board as oppose to a keypad problem. Especially if the error codes are different.... 1 vote for board

2) the touchpad is no longer available. This severely reduces your options. Since you can get the board from Appliancepartspros and return it if it doesn't solve your problem. Another vote for board.

3)However, your customer's actual decision is between getting a board (if it solves the problem) or buying a new oven. In this situation, I may advise against replacing an expensive board on an appliance that may in the near future be in need of a very necessary but discontinued part. 1 vote for beating an organized retreat.

In Topic: GE fridge, model # psc23pswcss, fresh food compartment is too warm, fan not r...

23 October 2014 - 05:43 AM

Unfortunately, GE recommends replacing the entire ff fan/evap cover assembly as they consider removing the evap cover a destructive act. Especially, if it is frozen in place.

Part number: AP3796654

Part number: AP3796654


While you are at it, I advise changing the ff evap thermistor. This will reduce the need for removing the evap cover in the future just to replace a failed thermistor.

btw and just to be clear, this is a dual evap fridge and you are testing the evap fan in the ff section, correct?


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