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Member Since 02 Oct 2013
Offline Last Active Jul 09 2014 12:23 PM

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Whirlpool WFW9400SW03 F73 Error

08 November 2013 - 05:28 PM

I've recieved an F73 Error the moment I plut this washer in, no other funcion or controls will operate.



I read that F70-F73 are all the same Heartbear Error.



Any one experienced in this one?


Bosch B22CS80SNS

05 October 2013 - 07:40 AM

Hi all I am looking at a B22CS80SNS fridge by Bosch.


This units has one condenser and one compressor.


It however does have two evaporator systems, one for the fride and one for freezer unlike more traditional freezer run units with air moving to fridge from freezer.


My fridge unit is going to the desired temp of 4 celcius, the freezer is set for -18 celcius however only seem to get to -10.


Any thoughts?   i've cleaned the condensor and the compressor seems to run fine ( makes sense as the fridge is cool ). My thoughts start me to the freezer area, can't be a defrost issue as I just plugged in the unit and the defrost would be ok then.



Any thoughts?


thanks guys

Samsung WF203ANS Water left after cycle

04 October 2013 - 12:54 PM

I have a Samsung WF203ANS that I tested and got a ND code. Found a good amount of debrise in the black hose that connects the drum assembly to the pump. I Cleaned the system out including the pump and output hose. Ran another cycle and system completed in full. Noticed after end of cycle that there is a lot of water in the drum. Removed the hoses from the pump input and output lines. Some water came out of the hoses but less then 1L. Removed the black hose connecting drum ouput to pump input. No water is leaking from the drums exit port but the drum has lots of water inside.


I also manually tested the pump and if its working.


Any suggestions out there Appliance world?








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