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Member Since 12 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Apr 29 2015 02:00 AM

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GE PSF26PGSABB Dual Evaporator Cooling issue

29 July 2014 - 10:51 AM

Just wondering what the amp draw on a invertor compressor should be. I have only had a few calls on these refrigerators and no real sealed system experience. It was running 12-15 psi on the low side and running 1.8 amps. The thermistors seemed to check ok. I am wondering if I do have a thermistor issue that I'm not catching and if the compressor is just running at a low speed the whole time. The amp draw seems  high to me, but just looking for some input. Both compartments are too warm. Thanks I can get into the issue more later if needed.

Icemaker Fill adjustment

30 April 2014 - 12:42 PM

I don't have one available right now to look at, but can someone tell me if it is true that there is no fill time adjustment on the new W10377151 Icemakers found in the newer Wpl, maytag ect. refrigerators? I have a customer all ticked off because they cannot get cubes without some crushed. I found that the icemaker was slightly overfilling and the cubes were bridging some of the time and when the clumps of 3 cubes go thru the dispenser it sends out crushed like pieces, which wouldn't be a big deal to 90% of people, but there is always that other percentage... I just looked at it quick and didn't see a fill adjust screw so I ordered a new icemaker.  And as I spend the time typing this I realize I am a dumb ass and did not check the cabinet levelness, but our guys are usually really good about install, which is the reason someone that has been in the business as long as I have would not think to check that, but it is no excuse. Anyway, if someone can answer if there is a fill adjust anyway that would be great.

Frigidaire french door finger style icemaker

11 February 2014 - 04:48 PM

Just wondering if anyone knows if the EEV valve on these things has just the coil available or if this is a sealed system repair to replace this with the whole icemaker evaporator. Frigidaire techline made it sound like it is similar to a gas dryer coil, but I cannot find a part other than the whole evaporator assy. Thanks for any advice other that to blow this thing up, as I would if I could. Even with the icemaker off the whole mold turned into a big ball of frosty ice, so we are assuming the valve did not cut off the refrigerant flow. It had also been making loud ticking noises.

CO2 test procedure

29 August 2013 - 10:19 AM

Hey guys, 1st I would like to apologize for not being able to contribute much at all this summer. I work two jobs and 65-80 hrs all summer and don't have much for spare time. I am just wondering if anyone has a link or a write up of a good test procedure and co2 numbers for gas ovens.



Kitchen Aid KSRA22FKSS warm fridge freezer too cold

10 May 2013 - 12:11 PM

Just got a call that I have to catch later and the fridge is set at 35 and has been staying Around 41 and the freezer is -20. I hate starting a thread without even looking at the fridge, but I'm short on time today and would like some tips if available. They said a thermistor has been changed.

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