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  1. Mostly just curious if anyone here has attempted any board level repairs. I am specifically looking at a GE Hydrowave motor control board which was giving me a red LED flashing 6 times after being reset a handful of times with and without the belt. The used replacement has the washer going again, but this board is the only apparent reason it failed since the motor seems fine. Can someone tell me if the service manual for a GTWN4450M1WS (https://appliantology.org/files/file/693-ge-gtwn4250d0ws-top-loading-hydrowave-washer-minimanual-and-service-bulletin-bundle/) would give me anymore information on the motor than what I have already? I really doubt a schematic of that board exists in any public capacity. I cant download it ...
  2. Starting a week or so ago occasionally herd a fan 'cycle'...run for 2-3 seconds, then spin down and immediately back up. As of today it's doing it constantly. I have cleaned out the condenser coils and verified that its the condenser fan making the noise, I have run the diagnostic test #49 as mentioned in another post and it cycles at around 1700-1750, but it will dip to +/- 0, 420, 1200 mostly it stays in the 1700 range. I believe it to be the circuit board as the main problem and possibly the fan, but it does spin based on the reading on this site and others. I plan on replacing the circuit board and fan at the same time. If my logic is off please let me know. When replacing the circuit board, is it just a plug in and replace or is there any type of setup/programing that needs to happen Any help or insight would be greatly appreaciated Mike
  3. Hi All, My Westinghouse RS645T fridge water dispenser is not working. When I wasn't home it blew the circuit breaker so I am not sure if it just file or went out with a bang. When I got home I could smell burnt electronics, just didn't know what/where until I went to get some water! The lights on the front control panel do not work. When I press the switch to dispense the water the solenoid operates and the light turns on, but no water or ice. I was wondering where the controlling board is housed and how I get to it to replace? Really appreciate any assistance. Thanks Dave
  4. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Tips For Repairing A Burned Circuit Board

    From the album: Miscellaneous

    Even though a burned circuit board can look really gnarly, it's usually repairable.
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