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Strathy

Member Since 11 Dec 2010
Offline Last Active Apr 24 2015 04:07 PM

#317528 Whirlpool Washer WTW7340XWO

Posted by Strathy on 10 April 2015 - 03:03 PM

Maker sure there is nothing stuck between the tubs ... and that you can move the inner basket up and down easily on the center shaft.  Anything creating drag on the basket can throw this error.




#317522 Kitchenaid Kssc48qms01 thawing overnight

Posted by Strathy on 10 April 2015 - 02:45 PM

Here is what the flashing LED means on the inverter:

 

http://appliantology...nverter-boards/




#316665 Frigidaire Washer GLTF2940ES3 E47 Error

Posted by Strathy on 31 March 2015 - 04:24 PM

'Twas the door switch assembly.  Job done = customer happy.  Me = happy.  Bank account = that much closer to a black number.  lol.  Thanks ApplianceMAN97.




#316499 Whirlpool Washer GHW9250MQ0

Posted by Strathy on 29 March 2015 - 08:09 PM

Most likely pump issue ... clean the crap out of the pin trap on the pump and see how it goes.




#316433 Electrolux Dishwasher EIDW6105GS1

Posted by Strathy on 28 March 2015 - 01:11 PM

This one turned out to be the control as well.  I checked for voltage going to the drain valve from the control and found 0 volts.  Checked continuity on the 4 wires in the harness = all good.  Then just for fun, I plugged in the new drain valve I had without installing it ... Err 11.  Same as before.  So control is the only thing left.  PITA to service though having to pull it out and lay it on its back AND still have power connected!  I ended up having to use a patch cord to power it as this install was a nightmare!  

 

I think the difference on this Err 11 over other times I've seen it is that this one happens right at the start of the cycle - when the board is going through its checks.  It never powers up anything else - it just sits there for about 10 seconds and then flashes up Err 11.  There are a few relay clicks from the board, but nothing powers up.




#316428 Kitchen Aid dishwasher KUDS35FXSXSSA

Posted by Strathy on 28 March 2015 - 11:43 AM

Service Matters (Kitchen Aid's tech help center) does not have anything on that model number:

 

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Whirlpool Parts Online (Canadian) does not have anything on that model:

 

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I can't find anything on it at any of the other independent parts suppliers either.  Without being able to look anything up, there is not much more I can tell you.

 

This service pointer might help with your problem, but again I can't be sure without a working model number.

 

Whirlpool Brand Dishwashers with moisture inside door or console.

 

Another one here:

 

ProDry™ (with Fan Assist Operation) vs non Fan Assist Models.




#316412 Kitchen Aid dishwasher KUDS35FXSXSSA

Posted by Strathy on 27 March 2015 - 11:30 PM

Your model number is bad.  On that style of dishwasher, check the vent for the dry cycle (top left corner of door.)  When it is blocked or not working properly, steam from the dry cycle is pushed out the fill hole and condensates on the left side fill chamber.  




#298862 TEF351EWC Tappan Oven

Posted by Strathy on 17 July 2014 - 01:05 AM

Tech Sheet here: http://appliantology...ewc-tech-sheet/

 

Looks like your F10 is a runaway temp.  

 

(Will need to be approved by admin before you can download.) 

 

Have fun!




#294551 Whirlpool GX5SHDXVQ02 Refrigerator warm/Evap frosting up

Posted by Strathy on 25 May 2014 - 09:54 AM

Don't forget to program the new Jazz board. The last couple I ordered did not have instructions in the box and if people did not know, they might not program it.


#291875 Whirlpool Duet Washer - Squeaking - wfw9200sq00

Posted by Strathy on 26 April 2014 - 02:47 PM

The most obvious thing would be the door boot rubbing on the inner basket somehow. Is there something stuck in the folds of the door boot?

If not:

Open the door and spin the inner basket by hand. Can you hear it rub? Is the sound coming from the back or the front?

There is also a rubber hose that inserts into the outer basket from the detergent box in the upper left hand front corner. Sometimes something gets stuck between the tubs and pulls that hose out of place or puts a fold into it. If the sound seems to be coming from the front top left side, that would be your best bet.

Let us know.


#291620 May tag modular washer lid lock error

Posted by Strathy on 24 April 2014 - 12:39 PM

Try pushing down on the front center of the lid when it is going through its locking procedure. Sometimes those lid frames can warp and the lock not engage properly. If it does go with you pushing on the lid, then replace the lid. If not, the only other thing could be the control I guess.


#290859 Whirlpool Cabrio MOD WTW5640XW0 Washing Machine Won't Spin

Posted by Strathy on 15 April 2014 - 09:48 AM

Is there something stuck between the tubs?  The RPS sensor can detect this and shut the unit off .... would also explain the noise you hear when you spin the tub.




#290795 Front loading whirlpool no water on second rinse shuts down

Posted by Strathy on 14 April 2014 - 01:28 PM

2nd rinse is usually cold water only. Check your cold tap and cold valve.


#290123 WP VMW WTW5640XW3 no spin w/ shredded belt and burnt motor

Posted by Strathy on 07 April 2014 - 10:00 AM

Was there any sign of rubbing on the pulley cover shield?  Sometimes the pulley nut comes loose on those and makes an awful racket and rubs on the shield.  I'm just trying to come up with a reason for melting and shredded belt which I've not really seen on this unit before.




#289876 Can someone help me understand how this tool works? (Spring Removal Tool)

Posted by Strathy on 03 April 2014 - 09:35 PM

Ask and ye shall receive: I just happened to have POS Maytag Washer and a spring removeal tool handy ... and a bit of free time:

 

 

https://www.youtube....eature=youtu.be







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