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FISHIZZLE

Member Since 11 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active Sep 02 2014 09:57 PM

Topics I've Started

Kitchenaid refrigerator kssc42fms-03

09 January 2014 - 05:25 PM

Customer contacting me with the complaint of the evap fan motor was surging on and off. She had another company service it and they changed the interface control board and it didn't solve the problem. These guys took her money and said it was now the main control board, quoting her another $400 plus. Needless to say she wasn't to happy and decided to call somebody else. She also informed me that they said the power to the evap fan motor had surging power coming into it. Anyway, after looking at diagrams on this refrigerator it seems to me that this problem probably was coming from a weak power supply board or the main control board. Checking into the availability, I see that the power supply board is available but the main control board would have to be rebuilt. Just wondering if anybody had some input or has come across this issue before I go out to this call. I do have a service manual request already submitted. Thanks for your time!

Kitchenaid KSSC42FMS-03

09 January 2014 - 08:19 AM

Requesting a service manual.  Thanks


Samsung DMT400RHS/XAA

09 January 2014 - 08:14 AM

Service manual request please.....much appreciated!


GE range JSP42S0K4SS manual request

30 December 2013 - 06:50 PM

GE range JSP42S0K4SS ......Trying to calibrate, any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks


Whirlpool Duet Washer Model# wfw9151yw00

22 December 2013 - 11:40 PM

Complaint on this dryer is that its dancing all over the place and shaking erratically.  Upon my arrival I found that the washer was fairly new and in great shape.  Expecting a broke shock or something along those lines, I opened it to find only 3 shocks on this model.  Everything was in tact (shocks, springs, etc..), but there were signs that it had shaken badly.  There were small chips and dust from the cement blocks.  What I didn't understand was that there were only 3 shocks on this washer...Two on the left side, and one on the right.  The two on the left where positioned as normal.  One in the front and one in the back.   On the right side, it only had one shock and it was positioned in the middle....weird.  It did have slots where it could take 2 more shocks on the right, but not on the left.  The owners said that it had never been worked on and there was no sign of anything taken off.  They also said it shook since they've had it but not this bad.  Could this be a manufactures defect or is this just the way its designed?  I tried pulling a diagram but it was no help, just shows one shock.  

 

Thanks



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