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Applianceman97

Member Since 12 Mar 2013
Offline Last Active Today, 12:36 AM

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In Topic: LG Refrigerator LRCS26822TT Not Freezing

Today, 12:34 AM

Check the thermistor value from the main board. I'm assuming you have the tech sheet. The test point should be listed there.

When the compressor turns off after 2 minutes, I'd there still voltage being sent from the main control?

In Topic: Kenmore elite He3 Dryer leveling legs?

Yesterday, 10:09 AM

Part number: AP4295805

Part number: AP4295805


In Topic: lg front load wm2277hb making buzzing/grinding noise

Yesterday, 10:08 AM

Great job! 


In Topic: LG Dishwasher LDS5811ST OE code

Yesterday, 10:02 AM

Well, There's a couple of ways can test current draw. 

 

If the dishwasher is plugged into an outlet under the sink, you can use a kill-o-watt meter on the amp setting to see the spike in amp draw (or not) when the drain pump should be running.

 

Here is a kill-o-watt meter

https://www.amazon.c...ASIN=B00E945SJG

 

You can also use a clamp on amprobe. You would clamp the jaw around either the incoming power wire (this would measure the current of the whole dishwasher), or you can clamp it right at the pump wire to measure the current on just the pump.

 

amp clamp

https://www.amazon.c...ASIN=B004WN6KG4

 

You can also use a multimeter with an amp draw setting but I like using the options above.


In Topic: Samsung RS263TDRS side by side

Yesterday, 12:26 AM

This sensor will work for all. You may have to splice if the connectors are different. Evap connector should be the same. 

Part number: AP4136842

Part number: AP4136842



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