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Appliance Angel

Member Since 04 Jul 2011
Offline Last Active Jun 05 2015 03:06 PM

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In Topic: Subzero 550 FF not cooling, frosty FF evaporator

28 May 2015 - 10:21 AM

#1Its possible you're low on refrigerant. You could use pressure gauges about now.

It's a cycle defrost so when the FF temp sensor cools to the set point then it'll cycle off, and it isn't.

You should be seeing a full complete frosting pattern not half.

Outside of a system restriction or a weak compressor( once again , the gauges)

 Refer to #1 good Luck


In Topic: Whirpool GB2FHDXWS01 Bottom Freezer No defrost?

25 September 2014 - 09:53 AM

Hey thanx for that. I'll give it a go when I install the new board. It's  funny that I noticed while I was defrosting the evap that the inlet tubing was frosting but my heat gun was making so much noise that I kept going thinking I had a defrost prob. Which I did but you say the comp relay is flaky. Thanx, once again.


In Topic: Kitchenaid 36" KssP36QHS00 Seal System Leak

24 September 2014 - 07:30 PM

In my experience, you might have a look at the heat exchanger where the frost back ends out of the evap. It can actually show signs of rotting on the copper line. Some guys replace the whole heat exchanger , which by the way comes in a giant box because its pre bent from the factory. Some guys do the heat exhchanger and the evap coil. Sometimes KA's can leak at the crimp connectors joining all of the components together instead of solder joints. Let us know what you find. Good Luck, Appliance Angel, Steve


In Topic: Wpl double w/o KEBC208KSS02 control panel fusible link.

29 March 2014 - 04:50 PM

Hey thank you both on the help on that link.I went ahead and picked up QBP fusible links ( 4 for 6.00). I'll need extras to determine the cause of the fault if any. For us ,these rarely blow.Thanks once again and thanks for the 

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