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  1. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Non-PCM Repair on a Jazz Board Refrigerator

    This is a newish Maytag jazz board refrigerator presenting with a warm FF and cold FZ. This was not your typical defrost failure. The failure here was the evaporator fan was not running. I troubleshot the problem without disassembling the freezer-- did it all from the jazz board. Even though this is a modern, computer-controlled refrigerator, what you're about to see are actually old skool troubleshooting techniques that have been largely lost in the appliance repair trade today: reading the schematic and understanding from it how the circuit is supposed to work knowing where to measure with my multimeter properly interpreting my meter readings to draw the correct conclusion about the real problem "jumping the switch" There were no visible failures or burn marks on this board. I had to deduce the cause of the problem from my meter readings and using my jumper wire to prove my conclusions. Come with me now on a journey of Total Appliance Enlightenment... If you can't quite follow or understand what I did in the video, fear not: You can learn how to troubleshoot like this, too! We love teaching electric circuit troubleshooting to people who want to learn this stuff. If you want to earn more money and have greater job satisfaction, enroll now in our Fundamentals of Appliance Repair training course. (PCM - Parts Changing Monkey)
  2. 143 downloads

    Maytag Refrigerator JAZZ Board Programming Sheet PUB 16022940
  3. Hi All, Tried to find info on this by searching the forums, but no luck so far....I have a french door (bottom freezer) stainless Maytag fridge, about 5 years old which has recently started acting up in the following way: The display on the control board (which I understand now to be the "jazz board") and which has separate digital controls for the freezer and fridge (normally shows values from 1-7) will sporadically just change to "-" and "-" instead of digits. When this happens, the fridge stops running or cooling, even though the lights still work fine... I have found that I can "reset" or kick it back into life by pushing the door light button closed and THEN pressing the up button on the freezer. Pressing the temp buttons without doing it this way seems to have no effect whatsoever. It seems to run fine after that for up to 2 days before I open the door again to find the "-" of death..... My question is: does this symptom mean I should just replace the Jazz Board, or could there be something else going on (like blockage of vents somewhere) causing this strange symptom Any inputs/thoughts welcome!!! MikeD
  4. Maytag Amana Bottom Mount Jazz Board Refrigerator Tech Sheet - Multiple Models View File Models: ABB1924DE* ABB1924DE*1, ABB1927DE* ABB1927DE*1, ABB192ZDE* ABB192ZDE*1, ABB2223DE* ABB2223DE*1, ABB2224DE* ABB2224DE*1, ABB2227DE* ABB2227DE*1, ABB222ZDE* ABB222ZDE*1, ABB2524DE* ABB2524DE*1, ABB2527DE* ABB2527DE*1, ABC2037DE* ABC2037DE*1, ABC2037DPS ABC2037DPS1, ABC2037DT* ABC2037DT*1, ABD2233DE* ABD2233DE*1, ABD2533DE* ABD2533DE*1, MBB1956HE* MBB1956HE*1, MBF1956HE* MBF1956HE*1 MBF2254HE* MBF2254HE*1, MBF2256HE* MBF2256HE*2, MBF2556HE* MBF2556HE*2, MBL1956HES MBL1956HES0, MBR1956HES MBR1956HES0, PBB2253HEW PBB2253HEW1, PBB2255HE* PBB2255HE*1, PBF2253HE* PBF2253HE*1, PBF2255HE* PBF2255HE*1, PBF2555HE* PBF2555HE*1 PUB 16026201 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 05/07/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper
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    Models: ABB1924DE* ABB1924DE*1, ABB1927DE* ABB1927DE*1, ABB192ZDE* ABB192ZDE*1, ABB2223DE* ABB2223DE*1, ABB2224DE* ABB2224DE*1, ABB2227DE* ABB2227DE*1, ABB222ZDE* ABB222ZDE*1, ABB2524DE* ABB2524DE*1, ABB2527DE* ABB2527DE*1, ABC2037DE* ABC2037DE*1, ABC2037DPS ABC2037DPS1, ABC2037DT* ABC2037DT*1, ABD2233DE* ABD2233DE*1, ABD2533DE* ABD2533DE*1, MBB1956HE* MBB1956HE*1, MBF1956HE* MBF1956HE*1 MBF2254HE* MBF2254HE*1, MBF2256HE* MBF2256HE*2, MBF2556HE* MBF2556HE*2, MBL1956HES MBL1956HES0, MBR1956HES MBR1956HES0, PBB2253HEW PBB2253HEW1, PBB2255HE* PBB2255HE*1, PBF2253HE* PBF2253HE*1, PBF2255HE* PBF2255HE*1, PBF2555HE* PBF2555HE*1 PUB 16026201
  6. I have an Amana ABD2233DES refrigerator with a bottom mount freezer. Fridge compartment was warm, compressor was running and the damper was open no air was coming in. Fridge had some ice on the center-rear of its floor (like where the cold air should have been coming up from the freezer compartment. Freezer had a lot of ice frost buildup on coils. Thanks to the videos I discovered the tech sheet and put it into service test mode. Defrost Thermostat was S" for open. I observed the damper door opening and closing. I put it into forced defrost mode. Compressor shut off and the defroster heating rod came on. There was so much ice I had to go through about 7-8 forced defrosts and I used a heat gun to melt. I have ordered a new jazz board. My question is: While I am waiting for my board I need to continue to use the fridge and I'd rather not have to throw away any more food! My plan is just to force defrost at least 1x per day. But then I realized that I have no idea if that will be enough! I guess I never really noticed/paid attention to the defrost cycles before so how do I know if the defrost cycle is continuing to fail to initiate on its own? About how often does a fridge operating properly, defrost? If I find that there is a bunch of frost buildup and/or the fridge isn't keeping cool - can someone point me to the way to do a longer/deeper forced defrost? Is doing manual forced defrosts until my board shows up in a week a wise strategy? thanks all, Steve
  7. Would like the Service manual to perform force defrost after replacing Jazz board. Thanks you
  8. File Name: Maytag Refrigerator JAZZ Board Programming Sheet File Submitter: RegUS_PatOff File Submitted: 24 Aug 2013 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Maytag Refrigerator JAZZ Board Programming Sheet PUB 16022940 Click here to download this file
  9. 157 downloads

    Maytag AFF2534FEW Refrigerator Tech Sheet JAZZ PCB Tech Sheet - 12827952
  10. File Name: Maytag AFF2534FEW Refrigerator Jazz Board Tech Sheet File Submitter: RegUS_PatOff File Submitted: 24 Jun 2013 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Maytag AFF2534FEW Refrigerator Tech Sheet JAZZ PCB Tech Sheet - 12827952 Click here to download this file
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