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curjones

Member Since 26 Apr 2013
Offline Last Active Nov 12 2014 04:31 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: Drain motor on HE3t not getting power

30 October 2014 - 10:42 PM

this is what they look like.

In Topic: Drain motor on HE3t not getting power

30 October 2014 - 10:30 PM

I have had those wire connectors show good but pluged in the wire is not makung contact.. if. this connector has the knife type that cuts the insulation .. like the ones oN. cabrios. take the connector apart and inspect.. I have replaced them with two insulated blades connector.

In Topic: GE Performance refrigerator SxS TPS24PPBE- BS

24 March 2014 - 11:50 PM

Watched vid on micro switches, I dont have any pictures, to refrence, have no idea what I will find,  But now I do because of your help.  I want a wire diagram to try and locate test points. Have the road map, control power, and some idea what wire goes where and to what,  That's just my first priority from years of electrical trouble shooting.  A video may show me that, I just want it in my tool box.  May not need it it may be simpler than I think, but I expect the worst and hope for the best.

 

Going to the parts diagram was very helpful, Got a visual picture, youre ahead of me, in reasearch and discovery, discovering ways to find answers faster, I'm still catching on to approach, which end to start at.

 

My first time on this unit dont even have a idea what it looks like yet. lol.

 

Will do as you recommended first check for clicks of micro switch,  The guy before me, Idon't know if he was in this door display area or not, may hear a click and the wire not even be on the switch lol.

 

From what I saw both on wire diagram and parts diagram is the  power goes first to control  display board, through  Ice type selector switches,

 

Dont see a micro switch on wire diagram but thanks to you I now know they are there.

I see the wire feeding the auger motor  is a black wire.

 

IF switches and control power are good : I should be able to do voltage test at door display area for output and again at door hinge connection. Confirming no broke wires.

 

I have found some broken wires in doors before, Poor connections at terminals.

 

Auger motor resistance is 2 ohms

 

Was told the guy was in evap compartment, but don't know if he was in auger area also??

 

This is all learning, pre planning for me, and your help has been great.  Remember the customer said it was working before he showed up.


In Topic: GE Performance refrigerator SxS TPS24PPBE- BS

24 March 2014 - 10:45 PM

DURHAM, I was just watching the video, you gave me.  It takes for ever to down load on my computer, slow feed pauses, Don't have High speed connection,    I am hearing you  sir... Taking notes. and following.  Got to read what you posted.  Thanks for the aditional input. 


In Topic: GE Performance refrigerator SxS TPS24PPBE- BS

24 March 2014 - 10:05 PM

Are you saying they have the wire diagrams, I have found some , but not all the time, a wire diagram even basic tech sheet. Think that was on sears??

. I also had heard the wrong letters for the model number, tts, tps or tpx, all sound the same on phone with my hearing loss.. lol Going to one of the video sites to see the problems with auger, APP or repair clinic. Thanks


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