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Frigidaire Washer GLTF2940ES3 E47 Error

29 March 2015 - 09:33 PM

This washer is WAY out of my service area ... like almost an hour each way.  I've not had a lot of experience with these units ... but E47 to me looks like a door latch assembly.  Anybody have any input on this based on experience?


This is the techsheet for it: http://appliantology...her-tech-sheet/



Leaking Kitchen Aid Soap Dispenser DU940QWDQ6

26 May 2014 - 08:15 AM

I've got this old style DW that has rinse agent dripping down the inner door liner when not in use.  There is a blue line of rinse agent from the cap right down to the tank.  I replaced the cap which does not come with a new gasket which I found strange (according to WP, it is no longer needed) but it is still leaking.  Further, I can't remove the inner door liner - seems to be hooked onto something ... or stuck to the outer door?  This one simple problem is sucking up WAAAYYY too much time!  lol.  Any ideas?



Universal Defrost Timer 719-501

25 April 2014 - 09:12 AM

Anybody have a scan or a pic of the instruction sheet for this thing?  I've got an ancient Kelvenator Refrigerator that needs a timer and I'm pretty sure this will be the replacement for it ... just need to see an instruction sheet to confirm.

24" GE Range Temp Control

05 February 2014 - 09:55 AM

Model: J24ASW-1


This is one of those old (20 years at least) 24" GE ranges that were put into tones of apartments and basements.  The temp control is NLA and so is the universal one.  Anybody have any other universals that you know works in these?  

Convection Fan Cycling on a Whirlpool Range?

02 January 2014 - 11:34 PM

Went to a new style Whirlpool dual oven Range today.  


Model: YWGE755C0BS0

Serial: D33010669


Found the convection fan cycling on and off during convection cycle.  I called techline and they advised that this is normal ... that the convection fan cycles with the bake element.  I've never seen this before - convection fans have stayed running during convection cycles on previous Whirlpool designs.  BTW - I called Whirlpool Customer Service - they advised that the fan should run all the time during a convection cycle ... lol.  


Anyone else seen this?  What is the thinking on this?  Gotta get back to the customer to explain how this helps with convection cooking.  


Another note on this stove:  they are cycling the convection fan on and off during regular bake as well.  To the customer there is no difference between regular bake and convection bake.  This is noted in the Use and Care - however, the convection fan cycling during convection is not.

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