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aasnowskate

Member Since 06 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Feb 26 2015 01:55 PM

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In Topic: Electrolux M # EIDW6105GS1 Turbidity light not washing

20 January 2015 - 04:05 PM

Ok, well I guess nobody wanted to chime in on this one.  Since the turbidity light was on at the lower board, I replaced it.  After replacing it, everything worked and all the controls were able to operate fine.  I just wanted to post this so that in the future someone might be able to find this useful.  It is pretty neat that the light comes on at the lower board to tell you what is wrong.

Hopefully this helps someone in the future. 


In Topic: Electrolux M # EIDW6105GS1 Turbidity light not washing

13 January 2015 - 01:18 PM

Also, the door switch and latch are working properly.  And the float was not lifted up or engaged improperly.


In Topic: GE SxS PSC25PSSCSS ice maker causing large ice formations

03 October 2014 - 02:33 PM

Sorry for the late reply, but I got it all fixed up.  It turned out to be a shorted defrost thermostat.  This also caused the heater to melt the plastic housing on either end of the glass tube. It still had continuity through the heater after I removed it.  However, it got so hot that I could not even remove the wires from the heater without cutting them off.  Every time it was going into defrost, the heater was staying on all the time.  The thermostat was never opening up to stop the defrost causing ice to melt and drip down and then freez causing the icicles in the freezer. 

I went ahead and replaced the thermistor while I was in there since it is such an inexpensive part.  It has been over a week now and everything is back to normal and good ice production. 

The people do not keep that much in their freezer, so there was no complaint of defrosted food.  I just assumed water leaking from the ice maker.  Lesson learned. 

Thanks for all the help. 


In Topic: GE SxS PSC25PSSCSS ice maker causing large ice formations

23 September 2014 - 08:55 PM

Thanks for the manual.  

The defrost thermostat is fine.  I'll check the ice maker with that manual tomorrow.


In Topic: GE SxS PSC25PSSCSS ice maker causing large ice formations

23 September 2014 - 08:30 PM

Thanks for the reply. The icicles are coming from the ice maker, not the bin.  Is the defrost sensor you speak of in the ice maker itself?  This ice maker does have the toggle on / off switch.  

I am thinking it has to be something in the ice maker itself.  I'm going back out there tomorrow.  If you find the manual on the ice maker, that would be great.

Thanks



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