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Member Since 11 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active May 24 2015 09:12 AM

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In Topic: Kitchenaid refrigerator kssc42fms-03

11 January 2014 - 01:15 PM

I haven't checked anything as of yet, just going by what she told me.  The board they changed out was the Interface control board #2320696, didn't fix the problem.  They apparently did check the voltage to the fan motor and it was fluctuating in voltage.  They did then diagnose it as having a bad main control board, quoting her another large repair bill.  My main question, that you answered..thank you, was which board could be causing the fan motor to do this, the "power supply board" or the main control board.  I thought it would be the main control board but just doing a little research before hand.  Appreciate the service manual as well..Thanks 

In Topic: Kenmore Front Load Washer Model#110.47789701

23 September 2012 - 12:16 PM

Put a new actuator in it, ran a normal cycle to see where water was being dispensed, looks like it was being dispensed on the soap side. Then I cancelled it, started a rince cycle. With that cycle it looked like it was being filled and flushing the softener side of the dispenser. I was watching all this with the lid off, and the actuator was doing its thing. Seemed ok to me. Customer called back this morning saying its dispensing all liquids at the start. Am I missing something here, is this the normal dispensing process? Thanks

No fault codes

In Topic: Kitchenaid icemaker Model# KUIS18NNLS6

13 August 2012 - 10:24 PM

your right, Js6, sorry about that

In Topic: Whirlpool Double Wall Oven RBD306PDQ12

29 December 2011 - 06:25 PM

The thermal fuses for the elements, located in the back, checked ok. Kind of confused where abouts the control thermal fuse is. Is this

fuse located in a clear rubber tube that connects right to the control board? Thanks

In Topic: Whirlpool Double Wall Oven RBD306PDQ12

29 December 2011 - 02:04 PM

It did show "I'D 30" and scrolled through back to this cavity size. It does seem that board is taking the commands correctly, being its displaying them on the screen. It will kick on the convection fans, says its preheating, but no heat. Thanks in advance for your help. Do rebuilt board sometimes come back jacked? It seems you guys might be the way to go, at least I can send it back if it doesn't work.

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