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Member Since 09 Jun 2013
Offline Last Active Apr 10 2015 03:44 PM

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Dacor gas cooktop model# EG366SCH/NG

15 December 2014 - 11:22 PM

I have this Dacor gas cooktop that the front right dual burner won't spark. I'm thinking the re-ignition module needs to be changed. Not being too familiar with Dacor products or gas cooktops anyone have any tips they can share? Where is the re-ignition module located? Under the top? Any special tools needed? Any help would be appreciated.

Samsung Dishwasher DMT300RFS/XAC

24 April 2014 - 06:45 PM



I am working on this Samsung dishwasher model DMT300RFS/XAC. Customer complaint is the normal cycle will stop partway through and flash the delicate light. According to the service manual it is a draining error. I arrive and check machine... no water in the tub. I put it into diagnostics and sure enough on the first test the drain pump runs continuously and never fills. So I'm thinking the low level sensor must not be working. I proceed to change the part and I make sure the hoses are all clear. Put it back together and it works okay for the first cycle, then delicate light flashes again. The dishwasher is definitely draining as all the water is out of the tub. Not being that familiar with Samsung products, can anyone who regularly works on Samsung please lead me in the right direction? From what I understand the control needs to see that the low level sensor has told it there is no more water in the tub?


Thanks for any help.

LG Washer WM2233CS

13 March 2014 - 08:20 AM

Hi, I need a little help identifying the correct rotor assembly for this LG washer. Model WM2233CS Ser. 904KWMK00755. Repair Clinic lists two different options. I'm hoping someone can help me. Being I'm from Canada my only source for LG parts is Repair Clinic. Thanks for any help in advance.


16 October 2013 - 07:48 AM



I have this GE fridge model PDRF2MBXARBB that the original complaint was fridge section not cooling well and the freezer was doing okay, but not great. I went and found the evap fan motor not running. Replaced the evap fan motor and board and motor fired right up. Now I'm getting a call that the fridge section is cooling well but the freezer section not so good. Another thing the customer mentioned was the display was reading 37 in fridge but -46 in freezer. What makes the display function? Thermistors in each section? Do the display boards fail often? Any help would be appreciated.



kitchen Aid slide in gas oven model YKGSC308LS0

14 September 2013 - 04:22 PM

Hi, I have to look at this gas oven on Monday Kitchen Aid YKGSC308LS0 complaint is won't do any oven functions at all. Customer says the display works normally. Everything is keyed in the display but when after hitting start there is no click from the relay board and the display shows the function (bake or broil) should be heating. While looking up the parts to see the breakdown it shows the electronic control board and the power board both in the control panel area. But while looking up the power board part number on Marcone's site part# 9782435 they show that the lookup may be wrong and the power board is located at the lower oven area right hand side. Can someone with experience on these slide in ovens please verify where the power board is. Thank you. 

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