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johntech

Member Since 22 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 12:19 PM

Posts I've Made

In Topic: Kenmore 110.47532600 will not accept cold water

Yesterday, 08:35 AM

It sounds to me like your board is not putting power to the cold valve when you swaped hot and cold wires it did energize. That tells me that the board is not energizing the cold solinoid. If I read that right it sounds like you need a new board. You did say the cold valve worked when you hooked it up to the hot water valve wires? You can confirm by checking for 120vac when the valve is supposed to be energized.

In Topic: New Whirlpool WRX735SDBM Fridge runs constantly

24 November 2014 - 01:22 PM

Yes and there are 2 evaporators one in the fresh food and one in the freezer they alternate back and fourth every 20 minutes or as needed so the cooling is independent and the compressor runs more but it uses less power to do so than older compressors

In Topic: maytag la608 washer burned up belt

23 November 2014 - 07:32 AM

If the belt is slipping in both directions I would replace the spring and glides. It sounds to me like your transmission may be good but the motor is not holding enough tension on the belts.

In Topic: Viking induction cooktop vicu1656bsb

18 November 2014 - 09:06 PM

Turned off breaker for a few minutes and back in business. I was told induction cooktops are touchy when it comes to power fluxuations.

In Topic: Washer fills, doesn't agitate 417.996880210

17 November 2014 - 10:06 AM

Yes a failed transmission can spin and not agitate or vice versa. Pull the front panel off and you should be able to see what it is doing or what's not turning. pull off the belt and turn everything by hand what ever is locked up is your problem.


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