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  1. Whirlpool W10890094 Refrigerator HV Board Programming Instruction Sheet View File PUB 16027069 - Rev A Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 09/02/2016 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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  3. Hello, I am new to electronics but I do fix appliances to earn $$ on the side which is why I'd like to take this up to the next level. I come across customers who need their PCB or PCBs repaired. I've been successful with some (simple stuff like capacitors, resistors, etc) but I have no way of testing them other than to re install back into appliance (refridge, dryer, washer, etc...). Can I purchase a good eprom programmer that does MCUs and CPLDs, find good ones, upload them into the programmer and fix any future bad one I come across? Also, how do I test the IC? Buy an actual IC tester? If so, which one is relatively cheap ($1k or less) that will do the job? Thanks in advance for everyone's help!!!!!
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    Viking Built-In Refrigerator Programming Guide Multiple models.
  5. File Name: Viking Built-In Refrigerator Programming Guide File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 27 Mar 2014 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper Viking Built-In Refrigerator Programming Guide Multiple models. Click here to download this file
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File Name: Miele Dishwasher G600 and G600 Incognito service modes File Submitter: kdog File Submitted: 10 Dec 2012 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper TECHNICAL INFORMATION G 600 and G 800 Dishwashers (All US Models) Incognito Programming and Service Modes Technical Information 2 G 600/G 800 Table of Contents 1 G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 ........................................................................... 4 1.1 Programming Mode .............................................................................................. 4 1.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness Level ............................................................ 4 1.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ........................................................ 5 1.2 Service Mode 1 ..................................................................................................... 5 1.2.1 Test Program ............................................................................................ 6 1.3 Service Mode 2 ..................................................................................................... 6 1.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes ............................................................................. 7 1.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ..................................................................... 8 1.3.3 Program Index .......................................................................................... 8 2 G 818, G 658, G 858 ................................................................................................... 9 2.1 Programming Mode .............................................................................................. 9 2.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness Level ............................................................ 9 2.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ...................................................... 10 2.2 Service Mode 1 ................................................................................................... 10 2.2.1 Test Program .......................................................................................... 11 2.3 Service Mode 2 ................................................................................................... 11 2.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes ........................................................................... 12 2.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ................................................................... 12 2.3.3 Program Index ........................................................................................ 13 3 G 879 ........................................................................................................................ 13 3.1 Programming Mode ............................................................................................ 14 3.1.1 EPLG 501A (Program Index P1) ............................................................ 14 3.1.2 EPLZ 530 (Program Index P2 or Higher) ................................................ 14 3.1.3 Setting the Water Hardness .................................................................... 14 3.1.4 Checking the Water Hardness Level ...................................................... 15 3.2 Service Mode 1 ................................................................................................... 15 3.2.1 Test Program .......................................................................................... 16 3.3 Service Mode 2 ................................................................................................... 16 3.3.1 Fault Code Access ................................................................................. 17 3.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ................................................................... 17 3.3.3 Program Index ........................................................................................ 17 List of Tables Table 1-1: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Programming Flow Chart .............................. 4 Table 1-2: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Programming Mode ...................................... 4 Table 1-3: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Water Hardness Settings .............................. 5 Table 1-4: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Program Sequence Chart ............................. 6 Table 1-5: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Service Mode 2 Functions ............................ 7 Table 1-6: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Fault Codes .................................................. 7 Table 1-7: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Program Indices ........................................... 8 Table 2-1: G 818, G 658, G 858 Programming Flow Chart ..................................................... 9 Table 2-2: G 818, G 658, G 858 Programming Functions ....................................................... 9 Table 2-3: G 818, G 658, G 858 Water Hardness Settings ................................................... 10 Table 2-4: G 818, G 658, G 858 Program Sequence Chart .................................................. 11 Table 2-5: G 818, G 658, G 858 Service Mode 2 Functions .................................................. 12 Table 2-6: G 818, G 658, G 858 Fault Codes ........................................................................ 12 Technical Information 3 G 600/G 800 Table 2-7: G 818, G 658, G 858 Program Indices ................................................................. 13 Table 3-1: G 879 Programming Flow Chart ........................................................................... 13 Table 3-2: G 879 Programming Functions for EPLG 501A ................................................... 14 Table 3-3: G 879 Programming Functions for EPLZ 530 ...................................................... 14 Table 3-4: G 879 Water Hardness Settings ........................................................................... 15 Table 3-5: G 879 Program Sequence Chart .......................................................................... 16 Table 3-6: G 879 Service Mode 2 Functions ......................................................................... 17 Table 3-7: G 879 Fault Codes ............................................................................................... 17 Table 3-8: G 879 Program Indices ........................................................................................ 18 Click here to download this file
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    TECHNICAL INFORMATION G 600 and G 800 Dishwashers (All US Models) Incognito Programming and Service Modes Technical Information 2 G 600/G 800 Table of Contents 1 G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 ........................................................................... 4 1.1 Programming Mode .............................................................................................. 4 1.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness Level ............................................................ 4 1.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ........................................................ 5 1.2 Service Mode 1 ..................................................................................................... 5 1.2.1 Test Program ............................................................................................ 6 1.3 Service Mode 2 ..................................................................................................... 6 1.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes ............................................................................. 7 1.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ..................................................................... 8 1.3.3 Program Index .......................................................................................... 8 2 G 818, G 658, G 858 ................................................................................................... 9 2.1 Programming Mode .............................................................................................. 9 2.1.1 Setting the Water Hardness Level ............................................................ 9 2.1.2 Checking the Water Hardness Level ...................................................... 10 2.2 Service Mode 1 ................................................................................................... 10 2.2.1 Test Program .......................................................................................... 11 2.3 Service Mode 2 ................................................................................................... 11 2.3.1 Accessing Fault Codes ........................................................................... 12 2.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ................................................................... 12 2.3.3 Program Index ........................................................................................ 13 3 G 879 ........................................................................................................................ 13 3.1 Programming Mode ............................................................................................ 14 3.1.1 EPLG 501A (Program Index P1) ............................................................ 14 3.1.2 EPLZ 530 (Program Index P2 or Higher) ................................................ 14 3.1.3 Setting the Water Hardness .................................................................... 14 3.1.4 Checking the Water Hardness Level ...................................................... 15 3.2 Service Mode 1 ................................................................................................... 15 3.2.1 Test Program .......................................................................................... 16 3.3 Service Mode 2 ................................................................................................... 16 3.3.1 Fault Code Access ................................................................................. 17 3.3.2 Deleting Stored Fault Codes ................................................................... 17 3.3.3 Program Index ........................................................................................ 17 List of Tables Table 1-1: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Programming Flow Chart .............................. 4 Table 1-2: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Programming Mode ...................................... 4 Table 1-3: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Water Hardness Settings .............................. 5 Table 1-4: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Program Sequence Chart ............................. 6 Table 1-5: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Service Mode 2 Functions ............................ 7 Table 1-6: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Fault Codes .................................................. 7 Table 1-7: G 803, G 643, G 843, G 663, G 863 Program Indices ........................................... 8 Table 2-1: G 818, G 658, G 858 Programming Flow Chart ..................................................... 9 Table 2-2: G 818, G 658, G 858 Programming Functions ....................................................... 9 Table 2-3: G 818, G 658, G 858 Water Hardness Settings ................................................... 10 Table 2-4: G 818, G 658, G 858 Program Sequence Chart .................................................. 11 Table 2-5: G 818, G 658, G 858 Service Mode 2 Functions .................................................. 12 Table 2-6: G 818, G 658, G 858 Fault Codes ........................................................................ 12 Technical Information 3 G 600/G 800 Table 2-7: G 818, G 658, G 858 Program Indices ................................................................. 13 Table 3-1: G 879 Programming Flow Chart ........................................................................... 13 Table 3-2: G 879 Programming Functions for EPLG 501A ................................................... 14 Table 3-3: G 879 Programming Functions for EPLZ 530 ...................................................... 14 Table 3-4: G 879 Water Hardness Settings ........................................................................... 15 Table 3-5: G 879 Program Sequence Chart .......................................................................... 16 Table 3-6: G 879 Service Mode 2 Functions ......................................................................... 17 Table 3-7: G 879 Fault Codes ............................................................................................... 17 Table 3-8: G 879 Program Indices ........................................................................................ 18
  8. Miele w4840 Washer Customization

    Country Options: What changes if you change the country from USA to S (Sweden) AUS (Australia) or EU (Europe)? Is there a document that lays this out? My dear wife would like hotter wash options like European models have but I'm not sure if change to EU will do that and/or what else it does. Heater Output Options: Default is 1060W. We are off-grid and lower wattage is easier on the renewable energy supply. Can we just switch to 720W and accept longer warm up times (we have cold water hooked up to both intakes)? Or is there more involved than the menu setting? Temperature: Allows setting of Celsius or Fahrenheit... is there any way to get this displayed anywhere? Or is it irrelevant? Optical Computer Interface: Service manual suggests programs may be modified via this. How much modification is possible, and how would one come by the necessary hardware/software to make use of this interface? Documentation: Are there any other documents available for this machine in addition to the service manual? Please let me know if I can clarify anything, and thanks for the help!