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mpm8789

Member Since 23 Oct 2012
Offline Last Active Sep 12 2014 10:52 AM

Topics I've Started

duet dryer not heat ggw9250pw1

08 September 2014 - 07:50 PM

Model: ggw9250pw1

 

I have a duet gas dryer that wasnt getting hot.  I found that the board was not sending power to the igntor.  So I replaced the board and the igntor came on and the gas ignited.  So I left and got a call a half hour later that the dryer wasnt hot.  So I went back and found the board was not sending power again.  So I ordered another board and its on the way. I was just wondering if anyone else had this happen to them before or if anyone had any idea on why the board only worked once.

 

Thanks,

Michael


Maytag Neptune washer

14 January 2014 - 06:33 PM

Model MAH4000AWW.
Washer wasn't spinning and found that the wax motor was bad and the r11 thermisistor was burnt. I was looking at getting the thermisitor to repair the board and most thing say to replace r11 and q6. The q6 triac doesn't look burnt at all but I was wondering if I should replace it anyway since it is only around 8 dollars. Also I was wondering if anyone had experience repairing the r11 on this board.

Thanks for reading and thanks for any input

Samsung top load

18 November 2013 - 03:03 PM

I have a samsung top load that is getting a dc error and is not finishing the cycle the time keeps jump back up and adding minutes. When I put it in spin it will spin fine just vibrate but whenever the customer puts clothes in it she will hear the drum hit the cabinet and it will never go back into the full spin. I'm not sure what is causing this off balance so I was looking for some suggestions. Model is WA400PJHDWR/AA

Samsung washer

01 November 2013 - 12:22 PM

I have a customer with a samsung top load washer model WA5471ABWXAA.
The customer complaint is little black flakes that are getting all over the clothes and they are staining the clothes. I instructed customer to use washing machine cleaner. The customer has run the washer on the pure cycle over ten times and has used the washing machine cleaner multiple times. The customer is also using only a tablespoon of detergent. I was wondering if anyone had any solutions for me. Also I have no idea how to get the inner tub out so if someone could let me know how to go about removing the tub to clean out possibly for customer

Thanks Michael

Whirlpool Calypso Washer

05 August 2013 - 05:41 AM

Model GVW9959kq

 

So I have a calypso washer that doesnt complete the cycle customer says it gets down to 4 mins then goes back up to 6 mins and doesn't spin out the clothes.  When I run the spin test the washer spins but not at full speed it spins kind of slow.  The motor ohmed out fine.  So I figured it was probably a board isssue and changed both control boards.  That didn't help.  So Iwas wondering if anyone had any ideas on what it could be.

 

Thanks



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