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aasnowskate

Member Since 06 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Sep 05 2014 08:25 AM

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In Topic: Kenmore SxS 10656544400 Freezer cold, Ref side not cold

23 August 2014 - 06:32 PM

Sorry for the late reply.  After going back and making sure there was no ice in the air duct, I told the customer to let me know what the temp was the next day.  They called back and everything was working fine after 2 days of operation. I did not replace the evaporator fan motor, it seemed to be running fine.  Thanks for the help and suggestions.


In Topic: Kenmore SxS 10656544400 Freezer cold, Ref side not cold

07 August 2014 - 04:59 PM

No excessive frost in freezer and evap fan running strong. All gasket seals are good with no signs of air leaks. I'm going to tell customer to unplugg unit for 24 hrs to completely thaw out return line. Seems like a design flaw to me. Thanks for the responses.

In Topic: Kenmore SxS 10656544400 Freezer cold, Ref side not cold

07 August 2014 - 03:00 PM

Thanks for the reply.  I could try to remove more ice, but it sounded quite clear.  I could hear the corregated hose up in there against the plastic hose I put up there and it sounded loose and free.  Any other suggestions to look for when I go back?


In Topic: GE GTS22KCMBRBB not cooling properly

13 December 2013 - 08:37 AM

I was thinking mother board.  Any thoughts on the resistor from the red to blue wire on the connector that goes to the fans?  I guess I should leave it there.  It doesn't say anything about it in the wiring diagram. 

I will post my findings with the new board installed.


In Topic: Samsung WF419AAW/XAA draining problem

12 November 2013 - 10:38 PM

I have read other postings with a similar problem that their pump was failing under a load. In my case, I replaced the pump and then had to go back and found the coin in the drain line.  If there is nothing in the pump or the sump it may have worked its way out, or it could be something between the tubs, or an intermittent pump.  The latter is the hardest to solve. Hopefully you flushed out the problem.

I have also seen an obstruction in the drain pipe to cause this problem.  

The only other thing to check would be a possible error code.  If you had one, look it up and see what it says.



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