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  1. From the album Refrigerator Repair

    Spec table for the GE-built refrigerators using the WR55X10025 thermistors.
  2. Hi. I'm very much an amateur but the dryer is all taken apart now, so there's no going back!When Start is pressed, you hear a hum and drum doesn't turn, and the dryer doesn't go on. So I suspected the motor. At first I swear I saw a PF code briefly. Some people online say the thermistor can cause that error code although I'm not sure why that would be. When I went to diagnostic mode it said F01, which means control board apparently. I did the diagnostics per the tech sheet. The power to the motor on the control board was ok.The thermal fuse was ok.The thermistor had a reading of 16 ohms with a room temp of about 69, which according to the chart I saw means it's bad. It should be 10. It should be 16 at 60 degrees.Per the tech sheet I checked the resistance on the motor and I got a reading of 0 on all three tests: main winding, start winding, and belt switch. Tech sheet says the readings should be somewhere between 3.3-3.6 (main), 2.7-3.0 (start), and from infinity to a few ohms as the pulley arm closes the switch. But I get zero on all 3. Am I doing them wrong? Some sites say the motor should be zero.
  3. Typical Thermistor Voltage Divider Circuit

    From the album Fundamentals

    Using the example of a Samsung refrigerator circuit but they all work the same way.
  4. Electrolux-Frigidaire Refrigerator Thermistor Table

    From the album Refrigerator Repair

    from PUB 5995502399 RevB 10-06-09 This is for later models with the Wave-touch and IQ-touch controls and the main PCB at the bottom.
  5. From the album Refrigerator Repair

    Graphs of Samsung NTC thermistor voltage drop and resistance vs. temperature. Data take from the Fast Track for Samsung RF268AB refrigerator.
  6. Whirlpool Washer ATC Thermistor Table

    From the album Washer Repair

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    Four types of temperature sensing devices are commonly used in modern appliances: bimetals, thermistors, RTDs, and thermocouples. We'll discuss the characteristics of each technology, where they're used, and how they fail. This webinar is a joint session for all tech members at Appliantology and for MST Academy students. Professional Appliantologists and MST students will have access to the webinar recording (assuming no technical glitches with the recording). For all the connection details, see the link below:
  8. Samsung Refrigerator Thermistor Testing

    From the album Refrigerator Repair

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    GE Refrigerator Thermistors Technical Reference
  10. File Name: GE Refrigerator Thermistors Technical Reference File Submitter: Samurai Appliance Repair Man File Submitted: 22 Apr 2013 File Category: Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper GE Refrigerator Thermistors Technical Reference Click here to download this file
  11. Thermistor Location In A Samsung Washer

    From the album Washer Repair

    Thermistor part link ==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Assy-thermistor/DC9010128N/2073126?replacedManufacturerPartNumber=DC90-10128H
  12. From the album Replacing the Thermistors in a GE Bottom-Mount Refrigerator

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  13. From the album Replacing the Thermistors in a GE Bottom-Mount Refrigerator

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  14. From the album Replacing the Thermistors in a GE Bottom-Mount Refrigerator

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  15. From the album Replacing the Thermistors in a GE Bottom-Mount Refrigerator

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  16. From the album Replacing the Thermistors in a GE Bottom-Mount Refrigerator

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  17. From the album Replacing the Thermistors in a GE Bottom-Mount Refrigerator

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