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Member Since 15 Apr 2013
Offline Last Active Aug 01 2015 06:50 PM

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Jenn-air jgs9900cdb01 Slide in range

13 January 2015 - 09:20 AM

Customer complaint too hot, burning cookies and other foods.  Go out and check (thermocouple on fluke meter), yup anywhere from 100-200 degrees F too hot.   Order new control and oven sensor install. Same thing... Warranty out board just to be sure, same thing.  Wiring between the control and sensor isn't broke, frayed, or damaged.  Both (two wires) ohm out to about 0.3 ohms.....


What are we missing?  What experiences do you have with situations similar to this one?



Amprobe Line Splitter

06 December 2014 - 10:46 AM

Been thinking about getting a tool like this for easy test of amp draw on machines.  This would also be a cool wow factor tool for the customer.   What are your thoughts?  Would this beworht the extra little bit for carrying around on the truck?


lfbd2409lm0b Frigidaire Dishwasher No responce

11 November 2014 - 08:34 PM

Okay, I now have seen three of these machines with the similar model number and same exact control/part number.  All of them have been 100% unresponsive.  Open the panel and get 120 Volts to the control with the door switch in the latched position.  I then turn the power off to the machine and back on.  The machine will act as if nothing had happened and work as it was intended to work.  


Is there a bulletin out there with any info about this.  At the Frigidaire site: http://b2b.frigidair...ort/manuals.aspit only shows wiring diagrams and owners manuals and such.  If this was a one time thing,  I would most likely write it off, but seeing 2 of the same machine in such a short period of time... just feels like I'm missing out on good intel.

Any Info helps, 



VMW Whirlpool

12 March 2014 - 11:20 PM

In this blog post by the Samurai, http://appliantology...g-in-albany-ny/, you can see that the motor pulley is clearly not made of plastic.  Does anyone know of the part number for the metal motor pulley?

We have only viewed plastic pulleys in the field. Please tell me this wasn't a one time thing for training purposes only.  :thanks:



West Bend Poppery model 5459

28 February 2014 - 10:03 PM

Alrighty. So I am in need of the fan motor for this little popper. I can't find a good look up. Just wondering if anyone had any ideas.

Making a coffe roaster out of it. This is like the direct drives of poppers. Better than anything on the market.
Here are a few pictures. http://i1316.photobu...zps2cd062dd.jpg



Any thing helps. Thanks

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