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murfndbox

Member Since 03 Dec 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 16 2012 08:58 PM

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GE Dishwasher PDW8680N20SS high pitch squeal only - need service manual

08 December 2012 - 04:21 PM

I have a GE Dishwasher PDW8680N20SS  (my son's) that was not draining. I checked all the hoses and see no blockages. I replaced the discharge pump but now when I attempt to test it, there is only a high pitch squeal and none of the control panel lights come on. I think I replaced the pump connectors correctly and re-connected the power supply wires correctly.

 

Any idea what the noise is? I couldn't find a service manual or wiring diagram on the website for this dishwasher.

 

Thanks


Whirlpool Washer 110.92591200 does not drain completely

03 December 2012 - 09:37 AM

I have a Whirlpool top load washing machine (model 110.92591200) that drains partially but not completely. I have taken off the pump and the drain hoses and have not found any obstructions. I did not see a coin trap or a drain filter so I don't think my machine has one of those. The pump turns by hand just fine and the wheel inside the pump seems intact and no damage.

When I went through the trouble-shooting list in my manual, I eventually have a suggestion for testing the timer. Since the machine will drain some, is that the next step? Is there an easy way to know how to test it? I'm not real good with wiring diagrams and I am having trouble easily identifying wire colors in the connectors to the timer.

 

Suggestions or ideas?



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