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Mr.Dan

Member Since 09 Nov 2010
Online Last Active Today, 05:03 PM

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GE Triton Dishwasher GSD6900J01BB constant tone after power failure

Yesterday, 07:45 PM

Hey folks, I have a GE Triton GSD6900J01BB that has a constant tone after a power failure.  The key pad is un-responsive.  The only way to stop it is to kill the power.  I tried disconecting the ribbon wire from the touch pad, but that doesn't stop the tone.  I figured the board had failed so I replaced that but, on power up the same problem.  Whom ever worked on this beast before me didn't replace the tech sheet so I am SOL on that front.  Anyone have any suggestions?  I am wondering if it could be the board with the LCD display somehow tied to the timer on the board?  The door switch tests fine also.   


Bosch Dishwasher SHU43C06UC/17 overhead spray arm?

10 October 2013 - 02:26 PM

I had this Bosch Dishwasher today.  Customer had re-installed it after a kitchen remodel and now she leaks out the corners of the door.  I ran through all the usual suspects, leveled it, checked the seals.  I dried the door and frame and ran it until the drip started and opened the door to see where it was wet.  It was wet across the top of the door.  Checked the spray arms and it appears there should be three on this model.  The SM refers to an overhead spray but I don't see it in the parts list. Only the lower and middle (under the upper rack)  It sure looks to me like something is missing/broken up top and spraying directly at the door.  Anyone familiar with this model? 

 

Thanks!


Service Manual Request Magic Chef RB171PA

04 September 2013 - 09:55 PM

Need a service manual for this unit so I can see how to remove the evap cover from the top of the fresh food section ( coils are between the freezer and fresh food in this ancient beast!)


Need a service manual for LG LTC22350SW - This is a big box model

25 June 2013 - 10:02 PM

Haven't seen this model before and don't know if it needs a thermistor or a board.....hate guess'n



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