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sweetbrandigirl2004

Member Since 17 Apr 2011
Offline Last Active Aug 22 2012 11:30 AM

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In Topic: RS267LASH Ice Maker

27 June 2012 - 05:45 PM

Yes thats the correct part I found it and have ordered it from that same site. I've also jumped in and disassembled the the ice maker trim around the door. It looks fairly straight forward so I think I'll be fine. I was just so surprised when it just snapped and broke while getting ice for my lemonade. Thanks for your quick reply I just love this site.

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Brandi
Grasshopper

In Topic: OH NO ! NOT FIXED

05 May 2011 - 05:34 PM

Ok Guys so today the part came to fix my frig and I having taking it apart so many times now had no trouble in ripping it apart quickly :fouetaa: So I dove in with both feet and in no time had it apart down to the evap unit. Of course it had frozen back u[ once again so I broke out my hair dryer and went to thawing it out :burnin: I then began bending the taps and removing the heater and let me tell you getting that pin out of that connector wasn't any fun :dontknowaboutyou: Anyway I got it apart installed the new heater and put it all back together then I unplugged the frig waitiing the nine mins for it to reset. I plugged it back in and waited to see if the temp would fall and slowly it did.It's now at 34 degrees and holding well give it a couple of days and see what happens.

I'm like to say thank you for the pictures they were most helpful in replacing the heater and as alaways I'm not worthy :imnotworthy:

In Topic: OH NO ! NOT FIXED

03 May 2011 - 10:58 PM

First I'm not a Dude I'm a Chicky...next your talking greek " you need to isolate the dfrost heaters from your terminnation stat " whats this mean ? and likewise whats this mean "that will read open in a warm coil. thus giving you a false reading," :imnotworthy:

In Topic: OH NO ! NOT FIXED

03 May 2011 - 05:58 PM

The meter never showed anything even after i put a probe in each side of the plug am I doing something wrong ? What should I see when I probe the plug on the heater ?

In Topic: OH NO ! NOT FIXED

03 May 2011 - 05:52 PM

Ok I bought a meter with a 2K scale on it. I then unplugged the heater from the frig and inserted a probe into each side of the plug......and Nothing :wallbash: There is a 1 on the meter but that appeared when I put the meter on the 2K scale. Am I doing something worng is the fact that there no reading mean that the heater is bad ?


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