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  1. Version 1.0.0

    132 downloads

    PUB 31-30792
  2. 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.
  3. I have a GE PDW9280 Profile Dishwasher. When I press "start" if seems to fill with water. I can hear and feel the water flowing. Then all the lights will go out briefly, come back on and unit seams to be in "reset" mode. It pumps the water out, and stops. Any suggestions on where/how to start in diagnosing? Thanks
  4. GE Refrigerator Installation instruction for main board WR55X10942 View File PUB 31-45417 Submitter Vance R Submitted 02/02/2020 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  5. In this first video, we troubleshoot a warm beer compartment (fresh food) in a Frigidaire Gallery french door bottom mount refrigerator. The video illustrates the importance of following a cardinal rule of troubleshooting: Fix the obvious problem first. In this case, the customer simply reported that the FF compartment was warm but the freezer compartment was good. We verified these temperatures upon arrival. But then the customer points out that the lights in the FF compartment were stuck on and melted a hole in the liner at the top-- you'll see this in the video. So, in keeping with step one of the Ten Step Tango™ troubleshooting procedure, what is our problem statement? Warm FF compartment? Or... It may have started out that way but now, with this new observation, the problem statement evolves to "lights in the FF compartment stuck on." We then show how to verify this in diagnostic mode and using the video record function on the your iPhone. Then we show how to use the schematic on the tech sheet to deduce the cause of the problem. BTW, we had already tested the door switch in diagnostic mode and it was correctly reporting the open/closed status to the UI so we ruled that out. This case study reveals how imperative it is for the sharp shooter tech to avoid getting tunnel vision based on the customer problem statement and to look for and respond to realtime observations at the service call. In this next video, we take you inside the defective damper assembly in a GE Profile (Arctica series) side by side refrigerator and shows you a common way these dampers fail, allowing too much cold air into the beer compartment. If you want to master the art of refrigerator repair with a high first call complete rate and satisfied customers, then remember to enroll in the Master Samurai Tech Academy's Refrigerator Repair course.
  6. File Name: GE JGS650SEF1 Range Minimanual File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 17 Oct 2015 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper PUB 31-17074_99BE Click here to download this file
  7. My GE spacesaver (JVM1430BD) stopped working in the middle of microwaving and blew the inline fuse. After some digging and testing, it turns out the capacitor was bad (continuity between the two sides). I ordered a new one with nearly the same specs (2100wvac and 0.86uF on old vs 2100wvac and 0.91uF on new). When the part came it was about 0.5" shorter than the old one but otherwise fit into the holder etc. I installed it and turned the microwave back on...everything worked again. I microwaved some water and it heated it just as expected in the same amount of time as before the capacitor went out. An hour later I was in the kitchen and noticed a very soft hum. It was coming from the microwave and was very soft. The only reason I heard it was because the fridge had stopped its cycle and everything was dead silent in the kitchen. I took the cover off thinking it was the new capacitor or the diode. The sound actually seems to be coming from the HV transformer. While the microwave still had power to it, I went ahead and unplugged the diode from the capacitor for a few seconds wondering if maybe the old diode was bad and drawing current. Humming stayed the same with the diode attached or not. I re-tested the microwave function and everything still works as expected. Before I installed the new capacitor I had checked resistance for the HV transformer and it was appropriate. I also checked the magnetron for continuity etc. and everything seemed in order. I was convinced that the only thing that went bad was the capacitor. Any thoughts on why the HV transformer is humming. Again, it is very soft but I am convinced that it is louder than it was before the switch. Could the diode be bad despite the contiued hum when I disconnected it? Is the new capacitor not functioning properly? Is the shortened length or minor discrepancy in uF to blame? Most importantly, is a humming transformer dangerous/a risk? It just sounds like a piece of electrical machinery working but it is louder than before the fix. Thanks!
  8. GE GTUP270EM4WW Washer Sounds During Cycle, Water and/or Oil Marks On Cabinet Base Service Bulletin View File PUB HL11-14 Models: GTUP240EMWW GTUP270EMWW GTUN275EMWW GTUP240GMWW GTUP270GMWW GTUN275GMWW Submitter coolhandluke Submitted 12/27/2018 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  9. 774 downloads

    GE GTUN275 Laundry Center Minimanual Created Date: 03/16/2011 Publication #: 31-16656 31-16656 mini-manual Spacemaker, Unitized Chris GTUN275EM0WW GTUN275EM1WW GTUP240EM0WW GTUP240EM1WW GTUP240EM2WW GTUP240EM3WW GTUP240EM4WW GTUP240EM5WW GTUP240_VM GTUP270EM0WW GTUP270EM1WW GTUP270EM2WW GTUP270EM3WW GTUP270EM4WW
  10. Hello everyone, I am troubleshooting a noise produced by my washer and would like some input from more seasoned experts in what the culprit is. I suspect the cause is either the mode shifter or drive shaft (assuming this is where the bearings are housed). The noise occurs only during agitation with the impeller in motion. During spin, the washer is quiet but the video does pick up some rythmic noise which is the result of the camera resting on the lid, same for the clicks; they're generally very quiet but magnified by the cameras position. Washer Model#: GTWS8350H1WS The following video provides 3 tests between 2 service modes, agitate and spin. Thank you in advance for your Video:
  11. GE ZV750SY4 Vent Hood Minimanual View File PUB 31-20762 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 03/30/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper
  12. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    GE GTW330ASK0WW Washer Minimanual

    Version 1.0.0

    561 downloads

    There are two minimanuals associated with this model number. Download both and see which applies to the configuration you're working on. PUB 31-16911-1 PUB 31-16928-3
  13. Version 1.0.0

    1,057 downloads

    Fresh Food Evaporator Fan Contributing to Warm Temperatures REF03-18 Supersedes REF05-15 Models: CFE28TSHBSS CFE28TSHCSS CFE28TSHDSS CFE29TSDESS CFE29TSDFSS CWE23SSHBSS CWE23SSHCSS CYE22TSHBSS CYE22TSHCSS CYE22TSHDSS CYE23TSDESS CYE23TSDFSS DFE28JGHBBB DFE28JGHBWW DFE28JGHCBB DFE28JMHBES DFE28JMHCES DFE28JSHBSS DFE28JSHCSS DFE29JGDGBB DFE29JGDGWW DFE29JGDHBB DFE29JGDHWW DFE29JGDIBB DFE29JGDIWW DFE29JMDHES DFE29JMDIES DFE29JMDJES DFE29JSDGSS DFE29JSDHSS DFE29JSDISS GFE26GGHCBB GFE26GGHCWW GFE26GGHDBB GFE26GGHDWW GFE26GMHBES GFE26GMHCES GFE26GMHDES GFE26GSHBSS GFE26GSHCSS GFE26GSHDSS GFE27GGDEBB GFE27GGDEWW GFE27GMDFES GFE27GSDESS GFE28HGHBBB GFE28HGHBWW GFE28HGHCBB GFE28HMHBES GFE28HMHCES GFE28HMHDES GFE28HSHBSS GFE28HSHCSS GFE28HSHDSS GFE29HGDGBB GFE29HGDGWW GFE29HGDHBB GFE29HGDHWW GFE29HGDIBB GFE29HGDIWW GFE29HMEHES GFE29HMEIES GFE29HMEJES GFE29HSDGSS GFE29HSDHSS GFE29HSDISS GNE26GGDEBB GNE26GGDEWW GNE26GGDFBB GNE26GGDFWW GNE26GMDFES GNE26GMDGES GNE26GSDFSS GNE26GSDGSS GNE29GGHBBB GNE29GGHBWW GNE29GGHCBB GNE29GGHCWW GNE29GMHBES GNE29GMHCES GNE29GSHBSS GNE29GSHCSS GYE22KMHBES GYE22KMHCES GYE22KMHDES GYE22KSHBSS GYE22KSHCSS GYE22KSHDSS PFE27KSDESS PFE28RSHBSS PFE28RSHCSS PFE28RSHDSS PFE28RSHESS PFE29PSDESS PFE29PSDFSS PWE23KGDCBB PWE23KGDCWW PWE23KGDDBB PWE23KGDDWW PWE23KGDEBB PWE23KGDEWW PWE23KMDCES PWE23KMDDES PWE23KMDEES PWE23KSDCSS PWE23KSDDSS PWE23KSDESS PYE22PSHBSS PYE22PSHCSS PYE22PSHDSS PYE22PSHFSS PYE23KSDESS PYE23PSDESS ZWE23ESHBSS ZWE23ESHCSS ZWE23PSHBSS ZWE23PSHCSS Serial: HD, LD, MD, RD, SD, TD, VD, ZD, AF, DF, FF (May 2014 – March 2015)
  14. Service Manual Schematic etc for this unit anyone? DSD26DHWABG
  15. GE PT9200SL2SS Wall Oven Mini Manual View File PUB 31-17244 Submitter Adirondack Bob Submitted 11/09/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  16. Version 1.0.0

    8 downloads

    PUB 31-17244
  17. GE GNW128SSM0WW Washer Mini Manual View File PUB 31-16936 Submitter Captain Dunsel Submitted 11/06/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  18. Version 1.0.0

    7 downloads

    PUB 31-16936
  19. Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    Models Affected: all GE Stainless steel tub dishwashers PUB DD13-14
  20. GE SS Tub Dishwashers Service Bulletin - Stainless Steel Tub - Tub Leaks View File Models Affected: all GE Stainless steel tub dishwashers PUB DD13-14 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/31/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  21. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    GE JBS60DF* Range Minimanual

    Version 1.0.0

    4 downloads

    PUB 31-17040-1
  22. GE JBS60DF* Range Minimanual View File PUB 31-17040-1 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 10/31/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
  23. Version 1.0.0

    20 downloads

    PUB 31-51707
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