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  1. I NEED THE SERVICE MANUAL AND TECH SHEET THANK YOU!!
  2. I NEED THE SERVICE MANUAL AND SCHEMATICS THANK YOU
  3. TECH SHEET AND SERVICE MANUAL, THANK YOU
  4. Version 1.0.0

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    GFE29H*D*** DFE29J*D*** GFE27H*E*** PUB 31-51839-4
  5. This unit has never been connected to water. It maintains perfect temperature. When it was moved to do some kitchen remodeling, they noticed the exterior wall, behind the ice room had rusted through and a large chunk of ice had formed. I have since cut off all that rusted sheet metal and removed the ice. It runs great. I noticed ice forming on the exposed insulation after a week of removing it. I have no idea why this is happening. Could it be a design flaw? Would adding more insulation solve the problem? Do I need to add sheet metal or something to seal out the ambient air? Any suggestions are welcomed. Has anyone seen this before? If so, what was the fix? I appreciate any thoughts or suggestions.
  6. GE Dishwasher (GDF610PGJ2BB) water would not drain so replaced drain pump on Friday, May 29th. The first two loads it ran with no problem. Today the drain pump runs nonstop and the control panel is not counting down from estimated time. Guessing the drain pump burnt out because of this same issue. The dishes appear to fully cycle and be clean but not dry. Searches of similar issues with GE Dishwashers have led me to believe it might be the Flood Switch or Control Board, but that is a guess. Any advice on what might be causing this problem?
  7. Hello and thanks for this wonderful forum. The dishwasher makes all the right sounds as well as heats up but I do not think there is any spraying taking place. I have checked the following: Inlet fill valve-Clean, it had some black plastic pieces, I cleaned it all out. Could have been one of the washers. The filter was not dirty, but I cleaned it really well with a tooth brush. The circulation pump-took it out, checked it, looks brand new, put it back in, still no spray. Can I connect the pump to 110 volts and check if it is working? My guess now is the control board, which on this Dishwasher is a really accessible, 30 minute job to replace it, but just wanted to check with the experienced DIYs on this forum before I ordered it.
  8. File Name: GE Dual Evaporator Beverage Center Refrigerators Minimanual File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 16 Apr 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Created Date: 11/17/2006 Publication #: 31-51606 PSC23PSSASS PSC23PSSBSS PSC23PSSCSS PSC23PSSDSS PSC25NGSABB PSC25NGSACC PSC25NGSAWW PSF26PGSABB PSF26PGSAWS PSF26PGSAWW PSH23PGRCBB PSH23PGRCCC PSH23PGRCWW PSH23PGSABV PSH23PGSACV PSH23PGSAWV PSH23PGSBBV PSH23PGSBCV PSH23PGSBWV PSH23PGSCBV PSH23PGSCCV PSH23PGSCWV PSH23PSRCSV PSH23PSSASV PSH23PSSBSV PSH23PSSCSV PSH23PSSDSV PSH25MGSABV PSH25MSSASV PSH25NGSABV PSH25NGSACV PSH25NGSAWV PSH25SGSASV PSS26PSSASS PSW23PSRCKSS PSW23PSSAKSS Click here to download this file
  9. sdnyer

    GE WSM2420TAZWW

    Greetings, I have a GE WSM2420TAZWW Stackable Electric Washer/Dryer that takes 2 cycles of dry time to dry clothes. I have performed the following checks, but still haven't resolved the issue. Appreciate your insights! Cleaned the vent and also had the roof outlet vent inspected. All checks out OK Replaced the thermal fuse(WE4X857) and cycling thermostat(WE4X856). Upon inspection of the old parts I think they were actually OK. Verified continuity across the heater element terminals(will check resistance next time) Confirmed continuity across the thermostat on the heater element box(I believe this is the hi-lo limit thermostat). This thermostat has 2 terminal connectors and cuts off at 200 degrees. After performing the above fixes, when I turn on the dryer, the drum turns and I can see that the heating element turns on as I can see glowing coils from inside the dryer however clothes are not drying in one cycle? Is it possible that the heating element is marginal and on its way out? I wish I took a photo however the glow is very subtle and not very bright? I'm assuming that the timer and centrifugal switch is OK since I see the heating element turning on? I have a heater element on the way as well as a hi-lo thermostat, but wanted to know if I should be checking anything else. Thanks In advance for your expert opinion.
  10. 193 downloads

    GE HA FL Washer Minimanual PUB 31-30623-1 Models: GFWH2400L0WW GFWH2405L0BB GFWH2405L0MG GFWH2405L0MS GFWH2405L0MV GFWH3400L0WW GFWH3405L0BB GFWH3405L0MG GFWH3405L0MS GFWH3405L0MV GFWS3500L0WW GFWS3505L0BB GFWS3505L0MG GFWS3505L0MS GFWS3505L0MV GFWS3600L0WW GFWS3605L0BB GFWS3605L0MG GFWS3605L0MS GFWS3605L0MV GFWS3500 & GFWN2400 Training Manual PUB TB01-11
  11. Version 1.0.0

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    PUB 31-30743
  12. When I run the wash cycle it has a periodic grinding sound. Water does fill up and come out of the arms, and it does drain when I cancel the cycle. Any idea? Sounds like it is from the bottom somewhere.
  13. Tech sheet required for this model thank you very much
  14. GE GFWS GFWN GFWH GFW4 Washer Service Manual View File Models: GFWS1705H GFWS1700H GFWN1600J GFWN1300J GFWH1200H GFWN1100H GFW400SCK GFW450SPK GFW450SSK PUB 31-9261 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 02/27/2017 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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    2012 Profile and GE French Door Refrigerators Technical Service Guide December 2012 GE Appliances Models: DFE29JG DFE29JM DFE29JS GFE27GG GFE27GS GFE29HG GFE29HM GFE29HS PFE27KG PFE27KS PFE29PG PFE29PS PYE23KG PYE23KS PYE23PS PUB 31-9227
  16. GE 2017 & 2018 19, 21, 25, 27 Cu. Ft. Bottom Freezer Refrigerators Service Manual View File GNE21FMKFF GNE21FMKGF GNE21FSKFF GNE21FSKGF GNE25JGKFF GNE25JGKGF GNE25JMKFF GNE25JMKGF GNE25JSKFF GNE25JSKGF GNE27ESMAF GNE27JGMAF GNE27JMMAF GNE27JSMAF GWE19JGLAF GWE19JGLGF GWE19JMLAF GWE19JMLGF GWE19JSLAF GWE19JSLGF QNE27JBMAF QNE27JSMAF XNE25JGKBF XNE25JSKBF PUB 31-9296 Submitter MVrepairs Submitted 02/25/2020 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  17. Version 1.0.0

    40 downloads

    GNE21FMKFF GNE21FMKGF GNE21FSKFF GNE21FSKGF GNE25JGKFF GNE25JGKGF GNE25JMKFF GNE25JMKGF GNE25JSKFF GNE25JSKGF GNE27ESMAF GNE27JGMAF GNE27JMMAF GNE27JSMAF GWE19JGLAF GWE19JGLGF GWE19JMLAF GWE19JMLGF GWE19JSLAF GWE19JSLGF QNE27JBMAF QNE27JSMAF XNE25JGKBF XNE25JSKBF PUB 31-9296
  18. GE Induction Ranges and Cooktops Multiple Elements Not Heating Service Bulletin View File Models: 30” Cooktop Models CHP9530SJ1SS PHP9030DJ1BB CHP9530SJ2SS PHP9030DJ2BB ZHU30RDJ1BB PHP9030SJ1SS ZHU30RDJ2BB PHP9030SJ2SS ZHU30RSJ1SS ZHU30RSJ2SS 36” Cooktop Models CHP9536SJ1SS CHP9536SJ2SS ZHU36RDJ1BB ZHU36RDJ2BB ZHU36RSJ1SS ZHU36RSJ2SS PHP9036DJ1BB PHP9036DJ2BB PHP9036SJ1SS PHP9036SJ2SS Free Standing PHB920SF1SS PHB920SF2SS Slide-in Models PHS920SF1SS PHS920SF2SS Free Standing PCHB920SJ1SS PCHB920SJ2SS PHB920SJ1SS PHB920SJ2SS PHB920EJ1ES PUB RA02-16 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 08/31/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  19. Over the past year when we shut the door of our GE Advantium 120 the interior light sometimes stays on. It's a little frustrating. Sometimes you an open the door and close it with the same force and the light goes off. Sometimes a little more force is required.Very inconsistent. I purchased a replacement door hook (GE WB10X10021 Microwave Door Hook) Very easy to put in; unfortunately it did not stop the light from staying on when we close the door. The spring was still in tact when I took the door off. The only win from replacing it is the door seems to shut a little smoother. Any suggestions what might be the issue?
  20. Version 1.0.0

    262 downloads

    PUB 31-30792
  21. I bought a house recently and the oven is giving me fits. It’s a GE profile, electric, with two ovens (a big one and a little one). It doesn’t matter which oven you’re using. I’ll set the temperature, and it will just randomly turn itself off. There’s no rhyme or reason to it. Doesn’t matter what temperature it’s set to. Sometimes it’s when it’s preheating, sometimes it’s when it’s when it’s been on for a while. I’ll have it on , walk away, and come back and only see the clock display. Sometimes it does it five or six times over the course of trying to cook a meal, sometimes it doesn’t do it at all. I’ve also noticed that sometimes when I press “0” to set a temperature (like 350 degrees), the display seems to think I pressed the number “8.” Any thoughts on how I might diagnose / repair? What do you think the problem is?
  22. I read here weeks back about how fridge doors, due to weight/time and use can wear out load bearing cams/washers. It seems my zis has some problem with the door. It can be swung shut without binding, but if not done hard enough it'll stop about 1-2" from sealing. sometimes when I open the door I hear a clink of metal on metal coming from the area of the bottom door hinge. I id'd that sound as one of the metal plates ( the left end of the long guy in this: https://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Hinge/WR02X11211/944904?model=909936) . I can easily clink that plate with my hand by wiggling it. It moves easily up and down on the inserted spindle The equivalent part on the freezer door does not. I'm willing to tackle it my self. The effort seems straight-forward enough - but what parts are recommended? Do I have the correct one linked above? Ouch. I was wondering if the spring provides/ed some sort of tension (like a return on most any door), and it broke. At least I don't have to guess which part to get if I go with that part group. Does any of this make sense? Any other ideas? If I need to I'll remove the door to get a better look before ordering... thanks, samurais.
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