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  1. 206 downloads

    PUB W10543820 REV B
  2. Dave in TN

    KIRD801VSS wont go down

    Kitchenaid downdraft vent (KIRD801VSS) has been operating without problems. Raised vent, shut off blower and removed filters for cleaning. Button may have been pushed while raised. Replaced filters and pushed button. Instead of going down, vent went up about 1/2 inch and stopped. Now will not respond to button and blower wont turn on using slide switch. Held in both contact switches for filters and tried pushing button again without results. Any help would be much appreciated.
  3. Version 1.0.0

    494 downloads

    Customers may report their refrigerator is not making ice, or has a frozen fill tube. These concerns are likely to follow extended periods of ice maker inactivity, i.e. a full Ice Bucket, or Ice Machine recently turned on. Models: Models: 5WSC20CAY*00 5WSC20CAY*01 6ISC20C6A*00 6WSC20C6Y*00 7GSC22C6X*00 7GSC22C6X*01 GSC25C4EY*01 GSC25C5EY*01 GSC25C6EY*01 GSS26C4XX*03 GSS26C5XX*00 GSS26C5XX*04 GSS30C6EY*01 ISC23CNEX*02 JSC24C8EA*01 KSC23C8EY*01 KSC23C8EY*03 KSF26C4XY*03 KSF26C4XY*05 KSF26C6XY*01 KSF26C6XY*05 MSB27C2XA*00 MSB27C2XA*01 MSC21C6MD*01 WRL767SIA*00 WRS537SIA*00 WRS537SIA*01 WRS965CIA*00 GSC25C4EY*02 GSS26C4XX*04 KSF26C4XY*04 WRS965CIA*01 GSC25C4EY*03 GSC25C4EY*04 GSS26C5XX*02 JSC24C8EA*00 KSF26C4XY*01 MSC21C6MD*00 WSF26C2EX*00 WSF26C2EX*01 6ISC20C6A*01 GSC25C5EY*00 GSS26C5XX*03 JSC24C8EA*02 KSF26C6XY*00 WSF26C2EX*03 WSF26C2EX*02 6WSC20C6Y*01 GSC25C5EY*02 GSS30C6EY*00 KSF26C6XY*02 WRL767SIA*01 GSS30C6EY*02 KSC23C8EY*00 KSF26C6XY*03 WRS526SIA*00 WSF26C3EX*00 GSC25C5EY*03 GSC25C6EY*00 GSS30C6EY*03 KSC23C8EY*02 KSF26C6XY*04 WSF26C3EX*01 WSF26C3EX*03 WSF26C3EX*02 7GSC22C6X*02 GSC25C6EY*02 GSS30C7EY*00 KSC23C9EY*02 KSF26C6XY*06 WRS571CID*00 7KSC24C8E*00 GSC25C6EY*03 GSS30C7EY*02 KSC23C9EY*00 KSF26C7XY*00 WRS576FID*00 7KSC24C8E*01 GSF26C4EX*00 GSS30C7EY*03 KSF26C7XY*01 WRS586FID*00 7KSF26C6Y*00 GSF26C4EX*02 GSS30C7EY*01 KSC23C9EY*01 KSF26C7XY*02 WRS586FID*01 7KSF26C6Y*01 KSC24C8EY*00 GSF26C4EX*03 KSF26C7XY*03 WRS586FIE*00 7WSC21C4X*00 GSF26C5EX*00 ISC23CDEX*00 KSC24C8EY*02 KSF26C7XY*04 WRS586FIE*01 7WSC21C4X*02 7WSC21C4X*01 ISC23CDEX*01 ISC23CDEX*02 KSC24C8EY*03 GSF26C5EX*02 KSC24C8EY*01 KSF26C7XY*05 WRS586FLD*00 GSF26C5EX*03 WRS586FLD*01 ISC23CNEX*00 KSC24C8EY*04 GSS26C4XX*00 MSB26C6MD*00 WRS950SIA*00 ISC23CNEX*01 KSF26C4XY*00 GSS26C4XX*02 KSF26C4XY*02 MSB26C6MD*01 WRS950SIA*01 * Denotes color GSC25C4EY*00 PUB W10787876 - Rev A
  4. Need service manual for disassembly tech sheet helps as well
  5. Bought a fridge from someone, they told me the repair man said there was a leak which is why they were getting rid of it. I checked for leaks and couldn't find anything, tried to start up the fridge and the compressor overload tripped a little afterwards. Figured out the low side was going into a full vacuum so I isolated the cap tube (which was completely restricted) and purged it with 300 psi of nitro until what looked like some oxidation came out the other end. I decided to flush the cap tube with one of those flush canisters and ac flush until there was an uninterrupted stream at the other end then purge with nitro afterwards. I reassembled the the cap tube, installed a new filter, triple evac, and weighed in a new charge. Checked to make sure the low side wasn't going into a vacuum and let the fridge cool down. After waiting about a full day the temp in the freezer is only showing 44 F. I have waited a couple of hours and it seems to be stuck at that temp. I have a bad feeling that the cap tube is still restricted (not completely blocked but restricted) even after I purged it. I really don't have much experience with this so I'm reaching out for some ideas why the fridge is taking so long to cool down.
  6. 96 downloads

    Models: KDDC24RVS KDDO24RVX KDDC24CVS KDDO24CVX KDDC24FVS KDDO24FVX JUD248RCRS JUD248RCCX JUD248CCRS JUD248CCCR JUD248FCRS JUD248FCCX PUB 4317434
  7. 53 downloads

    MODELS: KFGS306VSS, KFGU706VSS, KFGS366VSS, KFGU766VSS PUB 4317428
  8. Kitchenaid KHMS2056SSS1 Microwave Oven Tech Sheet View File PUB W10132017 Rev A Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 04/27/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper
  9. Hi everyone, my fridge has been warm (55 F) for a few days now, and the freezer at about 15 F. The evaporator was full of ice so I tested the defrost thermostat, fan motor, and defrost heater on the bench and they are all ok. I then entered the fridge into Test Mode and everything checked out ok except when I test the Defrost Heater it doesn't get hot (on the bench it showed continuity @22k Ohms) Is there anything else I need to test? I've read about a "Defrost timer" but I am not sure where it is located and how to test. Should the defrost heater get hot during Test Mode? Thank you in advance for any help you can give me.
  10. 105 downloads

    KitchenAid D/W KUDS01IJBL0 KUDS01IJWH0 KUDS01IJAL0 KUDS01IJBT0 KUDS01IJBS0 Repair Part List - 8193521 Tech Sheet - 8269519
  11. Hi there helpful folks. This forum has been very helpful as I've navigated this broken dishwasher. Last week it stopped spraying when running a wash cycle. Water fills the bottom, the soap pod does come down, but doesn't dissolve fully, and food particles in the bottom barely move. It does drain if you run the drain cycle once water is in the bottom. So far, I have: Checked filter (clean) Thoroughly checked the float for debris (cleaned and clear) Removed and run water through the spray arms (all running just fine) Run diagnostic mode (it shows a 4-3 error code) Replaced the circulation pump motor (THAT was fun) I'm kind of at a loss of what to do for my next steps, and of course, there are no resources over the phone. Trying to avoid anyone coming into the house right now. Any guidance would be much appreciated!
  12. Hello all! First time poster so forgive my noob mistakes. I have a whirlpool 5 door fridge that I’m flipping, or was the plan. The lady I got it from said that the freezer froze over and then the door alarm wouldn’t stop going off. I’ve checked the freezer section and I can’t find any indication that it ever froze over. I can however find that the eBay fan in the refrigerator section is not running and not getting power. From what I believe is due to the door switch. to date: ive probes all the leads. No power to evaporate fan. door switches all tested out with correct ohms. But the voltage is at 6, not 120 as information suggests it should be. I’ve replaced 3 of the 5 door switches. Still nothing. I’ve tried jumping/bypassing the last two remaining door switches, still a no go. the pantry door control is functioning as expected, and I read where one could disconnect the pantry door and this would correct the situation. Not with this unit! I’ve traced pantry control wiring back to where it enters the wall of the unit. Unhooked it deom that junction and inspected each wire for breaks, nada! tge LED lighting turns off after 5 minutes. And I have to unplug it and reconnect before they will come back on. the refrigerator will not run (compressor) unless I put it into test mode and then take it out manually. Once I do this I can get the compressor to turn on and start cooling. But of course the wrap starts to freeze over after a few minutes because the evap fan isn’t working. I’m on the third evap fan! The first one was dead, the second one was DOA and now this one. That so far tests out. I’ve actually started to use another fan, just as a crash test dummy so if it is the board drying them it will dry an old computer cooling fan and I’ll still have the good fan. Lol. im at a loss. The aurora board is mentioned in a few posts out there. I’ve inspected it connection by connection. But nothing has been discovered. On boards like these I generally repair them, since I’m not in a position for parts markup. The main board I’ve proved as well. Power is at all the proper points, but even this board I’ve tested and nothing. Any ideas on what to check next. Aside from my blood pressure and my insanity level. This unit is becoming my arch nemesis. I would normally walk away from it, and have 3 times already. But my sister seen it and now she wants it. Can anyone help With a service manual or any advice??? if I’ve left out anything or if you have questions for me, please post them here and I’ll respond ASAP. thanks so much for allowing me to be a part of the site. ~DIYChick
  13. Version 1.0.0

    477 downloads

    Models, 26 Cubic Foot: 7WF736SDAM00 MFT2672AEW10 MFT2673BEW11 WRF736SDAW00 7WF736SDAM10 MFT2672AEW11 WRF736SDAB00 WRF736SDAW10 7WF736SDAM11 MFT2673BEB00 WRF736SDAB10 WRF736SDAW11 MFT2672AEB00 MFT2673BEB10 WRF736SDAB11 MFT2672AEB10 MFT2673BEB11 WRF736SDAF00 MFT2672AEB11 MFT2673BEM00 WRF736SDAF10 MFT2672AEM00 MFT2673BEM10 WRF736SDAF11 MFT2672AEM10 MFT2673BEM11 WRF736SDAM00 MFT2672AEM11 MFT2673BEW00 WRF736SDAM10 MFT2672AEW00 MFT2673BEW10 WRF736SDAM11 Models, 29 Cubic Foot 7MF2976AEM00 KFIS29PBMS01 MFT2976AEW02 WRF989SDAH00 7MF2976AEM01 KFIS29PBMS02 MFT2977AEB00 WRF989SDAH01 7MF2976AEM02 KFIV29PCMS00 MFT2977AEM00 WRF989SDAH02 KFIS29BBBL00 KFIV29PCMS01 MFT2977AEW00 WRF989SDAM00 KFIS29BBBL01 KFIV29PCMS02 WRF989SDAB00 WRF989SDAM01 KFIS29BBBL02 MFT2976AEB00 WRF989SDAB01 WRF989SDAM02 KFIS29BBMS00 MFT2976AEB01 WRF989SDAB02 WRF989SDAW00 KFIS29BBMS01 MFT2976AEB02 WRF989SDAE00 WRF989SDAW01 KFIS29BBMS02 MFT2976AEM00 WRF989SDAE01 WRF989SDAW02 KFIS29BBWH00 MFT2976AEM01 WRF989SDAE02 WRF990SLAM00 KFIS29BBWH01 MFT2976AEM02 WRF989SDAF00 WRF990SLAM01 KFIS29BBWH02 MFT2976AEW00 WRF989SDAF01 WRF990SLAM02 KFIS29PBMS00 MFT2976AEW01 WRF989SDAF02 Serial Numbers: Prior to K406 PUB W10739305
  14. Version 1.0.0

    115 downloads

    PUB 8537797 Rev C
  15. 160 downloads

    KitchenAid Refrigerator KBRS22KTWH00 KBRS22KTBL00 KBRS22KTSS00 KBLS22KTSS00 Repair Part List - W10144701 Tech Sheet - 12827949 was Tech Sheet 67006616
  16. What do you do when an appliance, despite all appearances of normality, simply refuses to do its job? The Samurai and I were forced to answer this very question today. The culprit: A KitchenAid KGRS505XWH05 double oven all gas range. The complaint: The customer told us that neither the top nor the bottom ovens would ignite, but the cooktop worked fine. The customer's description turned out to be about right (for once). The upper oven broil and lower oven bake ignitors would glow for 10-20 seconds, and then the control board would shut them off -- you could hear the relay clicking each time it did this. No gas, no flame, no nothing. In addition, the upper bake ignitor wouldn't glow at all. We go ahead and pull out the range to test the gas valves and the ignitors. Gas valves tested good (electrically, at least). But the upper bake ignitor is reading megaohms of resistance. Way out of spec, so that explains why it wasn't glowing at all. The other two ignitors, however, are reading about 3.3 amps of current during run. That's borderline, but they should still be capable of igniting the burner. And it doesn't explain why the board is shutting them off after they've started glowing. Just replace the bad ignitor and slap in a new board, right? That'll fix all the problems! Not so fast. While lesser techs might have gone full PCM, we instead cracked out the tech sheet to see how to speak this board's language. This model actually has a pretty nice service mode. You can manually activate each load, check for error codes, do a control reset, all kinds of stuff. We found that when we manually activated the functional ignitors, they would glow, and the board wouldn't shut them off by itself. Progress! We just confirmed that the board is, for some reason, making a decision to shut off these ignitors during normal operation. But they're perfectly capable of staying on if you manually activate them. So what now? Maybe the error codes can give us some more info. We retrieve the error codes and, lo and behold, there is one: F1 E0. That's a MICOM communications error, and you know what the tech sheet says to do about it? "Replace the control." Okay, so now you replace the board, right? The tech sheet is telling you to! We weren't satisfied with that answer. Surely, there's more to be found here? We decided to take advantage of the tools provided by the machine's service mode and do a control reset. Then, we cleared that F1 E0 error code and cycled power to the range. The question to be answered here was this: was that error just a one-time deal, or will the control generate it again? After power was restored, we retrieved the errors again: no codes. We've proven that the error wasn't a recurring one! One last time, we test those upper broil and lower bake ignitors. They glow. We hold our breath. Nothing. And then, those beautiful blue flames. What happened here? Well, we don't really know what caused that F1 E0 code in the first place. It's possible that a power surge scrambled the control's brains a little. Whatever the case, just the presence of that communications error code prevented the board from wanting to run the ignitors. Why it would be programmed that way escapes me. But then again, the addled minds of Whirlpool's engineers are mysterious, aren't they? The control reset might have helped as well, so I recommend you do that in addition to clearing the error code if you encounter this problem yourself. The lesson here is this: always be thorough and logical in your troubleshooting. Figure out how the board thinks and how to talk to it -- replacing it should always be a last resort. Troubleshooting is NOT a mysterious "art" as some people like to say; it is a science, a logical thought process that applies the understanding of circuits and technology, including computer technology, to systematically solving problems. We teach you this in the Core Appliance Repair Training course at the Master Samurai Tech Academy. We also have a course specifically on the technology in cooking appliances and how to troubleshoot them, the Oven and Range repair course. Online, on-demand, self-paced, and with personal help and instruction from Team Samurai throughout the course to ensure that you snatch the pebble.
  17. Version 1.0.0

    376 downloads

    PUB W10142800 Rev C
  18. File Name: Kitchenaid Self-Cleaning Slide-In Electric Range File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 17 Dec 2013 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Kitchenaid Self-Cleaning Slide-In Electric Range Models KESC300H KESC307H KESH307H JOB AID 4317335 KAC-34 Click here to download this file
  19. I am looking for the manuals, and information regarding the tech sheet for this model, thank you very much!
  20. KitchenAid KSSC36FKB00 Refrigerator Job Aid View File PUB 4317326 Rev A This is the job aid for the following models of built in refrigerators MODELS: KSSC36FKB00 KSSC36FKS00 KSSC36QKS00 KSSC42FKB00 KSSC42FKS00 KSSC42QKS00 KSSC48FKB00 KSSC48FKS00 KSSC48QKS00 KSSP36QKS00 KSSP42QKS00 KSSP48QKS00 KSSS36FKB00 KSSS36FKT00 KSSS36FKW00 KSSS36FKX00 KSSS36QKB00 KSSS36QKT00 KSSS36QKW00 KSSS36QKX00 KSSS42FKB00 KSSS42FKT00 KSSS42FKW00 KSSS42FKX00 KSSS42QKB00 KSSS42QKT00 KSSS42QKW00 KSSS42QKX00 KSSS48FKB00 KSSS48FKT00 KSSS48FKW00 KSSS48FKX00 KSSS48QKB00 KSSS48QKT00 KSSS48QKW00 KSSS48QKX00 Submitter Rob Fowler Submitted 12/03/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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