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15 April 2015 - 04:45 PM

H ave to go& see a customer with a GE  SxS PSG29NHMHCBB 220 volts fridge. Complaint: freezing stuff in FF compartment. Expexct problem with 1. thermisters 2 damper assembly 3. Mutherboard.

Can anybody help with a service manual? Need thermister values - themperature.  Test procedure for Mutherboard.  Can anybody tell me if this is a GE original or some other make with a GE sticker on the front of the fridge.  Do part sites like appliancepartspros stock parts like mutherboard of fans for 220 volts appliances.  Any help appreciated. Michael

AMANA Bottom Mount AB1924PEKS

13 April 2015 - 04:24 PM

I have had many service calls this last few months on AMANA  Bottom mount fridges usually AB1924PEKW or very similar. In 9 out of 10 cases it is an iced over freezer coil and simply a matter of

replacing the defrost thermostat.Lately I had some fridges were I had to replace the jazzboard. In 1 case the jazzboard was so badly damaged that I decided to replace both board and freezer fan motor.

My friend who works for the company here in Israel, who represents Amana, told me once that the evaporator fan motor is very often the cause of the board failure.

Can anybody tell me what kills these boards and how do I decide if I replace just the board(when it looks healthy by vision) or any additional parts.

AMANA Bottom Mount AB1924PEKS

08 March 2015 - 05:46 PM

Working on a Amana Bottom Mount refrigerator.Evaporator is covered with ice mainly in 

the middle part(Top to bottom)Forced a manual defrost and  heater came on so therefore

defrost thermostat is closed. I suspect that I have a faulty jazz-card. Can anybody tell me

if there is a simple way of telling me if the card is faulty or maybe the thermostat is moody.



18 October 2014 - 04:03 PM

Got a call from a client about a problem with icemaker on AMANA SxS fridge. I think this is a fridge made by DAEWOO. Client lives quite far away and I want to go there well prepaired. Complaint is that when he forces a harvest the tray turnes 180 degrees put does not release the ice cubes.I am familiar with regalur AMANA ice makers' regular or modular type but know very little about flextray machines.
My logic however says that when it turns the tray 180 degrees some pin on the mold must hit the body while the motor is still turning or the mold must hit a stopper on the body and cause the flexing of the tray to release the cubes. Are there any repair procedures for these machine or is it better to replace the whole unit. Any help appreciated.

forced derost GE SBS model TFG28PRDWW

17 April 2014 - 05:01 PM

Working on a GE SBS ( TFG28PRDWW   220 VOLTS Model). The evaporator was totally iced over.Obvious a defrost

problem.Can anybody tell me how to initiate a forced defrost on this model and find me a schematic diagram. Heaters checked OK and 1 defrost-thermostat was faulty so replaced it. Did a total manual defrost but would be happier if I know for sure that the ADC card is OK. Any help appreciated.

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