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johntech

Member Since 22 Jul 2013
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 02:31 PM

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In Topic: Whirlpool gi7fvcxwy01 ff thermistor

25 June 2015 - 10:17 AM

Ok I found the thermistor its in the roof facade, I found it in the picture of the wireing harness, and that thermistor is the same one found in the harness. Thanks

In Topic: Whirlpool gi7fvcxwy01 ff thermistor

25 June 2015 - 07:13 AM

I'm a little confused as to how you found that thermistor. The break down you linked looks like the ones with the thermistor in the light housing and different than this one, no thermistor listed in the parts break down at Sears, when I go to repair clinic it does not pull up for my model, my model is not listed on the link you linked as a model that fits that thermistor. I did see that they point to the upper facade as thermistor location In a the tech sheet. I ordered both the thermistor and the damper assembly.

In Topic: Whirlpool gi7fvcxwy01 ff thermistor

24 June 2015 - 09:05 PM

I can double check the light housing, I know the thermistor is off by about 60 degrees, checked it from the board. I at least need a part number

In Topic: Whirlpool gi7fvcxwy01 ff thermistor

24 June 2015 - 08:38 PM

I hav read other posts here that say thermistor/damper assembly and on repair clinic they call the damper assembly the thermostat assembly. It has way more wires than any damper I have seen. And they do not list any in the parts break down. I have seen whirlpools with them in the light housing but did not find one there.

In Topic: Whirlpool direct drive washer no mod. no ser. motor no start?

18 June 2015 - 08:28 PM

Here's a general diagram. The washer sends power to the windings needed per cycle selection ie.high low speed, If it were my call first I would ohm out motor windings or at least hook the motor up with a cheater cord to make sure that is good, also check capacitor with a meter. Then I would move onto the timer and check for output voltages based on the wiring diagram and a timer chart. If I didn't have a tech sheet I would search google for whirlpool direct drive timer chart and click on images.

As far as this site goes Click on blogs and then in the search box and type direct drive and you will find the samurais blog.


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