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      [Webinar] Appliantology Workshop   11/09/2017

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megadan66

Temp display on front panel shows correct target temps, however, refrigerator is not running, and temps inside R high.Unplugged , plugged ref back in. Now front panel temps(high) r correct. N compresser n C-fan n E-fan R running. Unit cools to corect temps. It shuts off. And to get it to work right ya haveto unplug/plug in again. Repeat cycle forever.

Won't U please,please,help me........Megadan

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megadan66

Nobody wants to touch this wirth a 10 foot pole. huh lol

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kdog

I would guess it is one of these (cheap enough you can shotgun it) :

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Main-Control-Board-DA41-00128D-00692585.jpg

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RegUS_PatOff

did you do the tests on PDF 38 ?

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megadan66

Not yet. will tomoro. Customer is real cool. He's gonna let me learn. Rather than thinkin I got a magic wand. Let ya know what find thanx fer ur support.

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megadan66

R u talkin bout the self diagnostic in the service manual u sent me ....Reg ?

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RegUS_PatOff

the manual tests / diagnostics

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megadan66

Will do

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man

Closest you'll get to a magic wand on these electronic refrigerators is to RUN THE DIAGNOSTICS. You're absolutely flying blind without doing that.

Having said all that, based on the problem you're describing, I would go the GMF kdog route and replace both the sensor and muthaboard.

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megadan66

Which sensor frezer or ref and even if they test ok with a meter. self dio gave me zeros, nothing bad thanx for the help. watz gmf mean ?

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megadan66

Um any chance someone can answer my last ? . I need to know by mon. Got the board and a sensor from RC. Thanx always for the help !

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man

For the price of the sensor, I would replace both.

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RegUS_PatOff

... self dio gave me zeros

? ? ?

which test (page number ?) were you checking ?

Sensors are $ 7

If they don't fix the problem change the Main Control Board

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megadan66

page 23 9-9 #2 Yea I know the price of sensors. I bought a board and one sensor already from repair clinic. Going back to customers house tomoro changing the board and a sensor, since I only have one sensor at this time. which sensor should I change ? This unit has 5 sensors.

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megadan66

Turned out to b the sensors. changed all 4. Thanx fer the help always....Dan

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