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DrFrige

Member Since 07 Jun 2006
Offline Last Active May 02 2014 12:07 PM

Topics I've Started

Kitchen Aid dishwasher (KUDE03FTSS1) verrrrrrrry slow drain

02 May 2014 - 11:00 AM

Good morning ladies and gentlemen,

 

I am once again upon a head scratcher that has me bewildered. (like that word?)

 

I have a customer with a KA dishwasher that wont drain completely.

 

What has been done:

 

1. Drain pump replaced.

2. Drain line snaked out (clear)

3. Air gap checked and cleared

4. Sump area cleared

5. old pump was a 4 "vane" impeller... new one had an 8 "vane" impeller

 

Still slow ... Is the control board controlling the speed (or lack thereof) to the pump?

 

Thank you in advance for all your help.


Kenmore 110.88752796 Replaced transmission now spin is STRANGE!

23 April 2014 - 08:13 PM

OK So I have this stack washer (direct drive) that was just grinding, Yellow oil all over the floor and dripping oil. I replaced the transmission, YAYYYYYY!!! Agitate works... go into spin and it is pumping out yet the transmission is not basket is not engaging... HOWEVER (and this is the weird part) when you open the lid and then close it, THEN it spins fine.

 

Clutch? Basket Drive?

 

And why would it not engage after shifting into spin yet, opening and closing the lid will engage?


GE SxS GSS25LGMBCC mold in dispenser

26 August 2013 - 07:20 PM

I have a customer who has a 10+ year old GE refrigerator. Previous service company found a solenoid dispenser rusted stuck. Replaced it to the tune of $460.00 (I know... OUCH!.. I almost cried for her) So now there is a bit of condensation and mold up in the area where the dispenser door is. I laser temped the area and the ambient was about 73*F and the dispenser was at 61*F on the left and 55*F on the right of the disp door.

 

When the previous service company was called back, she was told it was "GE Door Disease" WTH? Never heard of it.

 

I am begrudgingly thinking we may have saturated insulation causing the mold. What says the hive?

 

Thank you for your time

 

 

Here is the pic of condensation and mold

 

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Samsung WF220ANW/XAA01 Wont drain

14 November 2012 - 10:49 PM

Greetings and Salutations:

My next door neighbor came a knockin' asking if I would look at his washing machine. I went on over and even though I swore not to ever work on another front loading washer, what do I see in front of me? A Samsung WF220ANW/XAA01 that sounds like the pump is seized up. (hums... maybe it doesn't know the lyrics)

Do any of you that have experience on this machine know if it is common to have the pump lock up on it. And it there a PDF for the service manual on this? I hate digging into a machine where I look like I dont know where to begin.

Thank you in advance

DrFrige

Frigid"scare" GLGH1642DSI stack unit/ washer issues

30 January 2012 - 10:47 AM

Good morning... This morning I find myself in a hole and asking one of you to throw me down a rope of knowledge if you can. I have this front loader washer that had a plethora of issues in which the dryer issues were found and repaired and the pooling of water in the bottom of the washer was found (bad pump)

I still have a washer here that will not spin... water drains out (now) and the washer looks like it is still in slow speed agitation. Of course, a previous service tech has removed the schematic for his personal library (STOP DOING THAT!) and wondering if any of you have the experience with this unit and issue.

Thank you VERY much for any forthcoming help.


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