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Additional data for anyone else who has a similar problem.

I removed the dw door, much rust and debris...
       - Latch switch OK
       - Float switch OK
       - fuse intact
I plugged an unplugged anything I could to re-establish contact.  Replaced the door and pushed the normal switch multiple times - same symptoms as above.  About an hour later I again pushed the normal and other cycle switches and the dw was completely dead.   

There is currently a Kitchenaid dw shortage probably due to the contagion.  My wife was fortunate enough to find one acceptable to her and this one will be replaced.
Washer Repair / Re: The old MAH3000 Neptune is still going like new
« Last post by AJ on Today at 10:03:58 AM »
Wow, thatís awesome!
Thanks for the update!
My customer's bottom freezer fridge not defrosting automatically. I cannot find the service manual any where on the fridge. Please help!
Washer Repair / The old MAH3000 Neptune is still going like new
« Last post by def on Today at 09:37:46 AM »
Some of you may recall my ongoing repairs of an old, inherited Neptune which included the control board, wax motor and most recently, replacing bearings and seal. I am pleased to report that the Neptune is still getting clothes clean with no runs hit or errors. It is relegated to a space in the garage along side my 40 foot motorhome, my BMW motorcycle, riding mower and Massey Ferguson tractor. It doesn't mind the company at all. It gets fed with a garden hose and an extension cord and washes work clothes, work gloves, rugs and other similar items. It shows no signs of quitting.

I'll report on it again in a couple of years. Meantime, I may repaint the cabinet in camouflage.  If anyone close by has a matching electric dryer, I'm interested.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Service manual needed
« Last post by DanAllan on August 07, 2020, 09:13:52 AM »
I am in need of a service manual for a Whirlpool refrigerator.
 Model Wrx986shihv00
Thank you in advance for your help.
Thanks Houptee,  I did replace the inverter and that fixed the problem.  I did not know we could hotwire the compressor to test it.  Thanks for the info!!!
Washer Repair / Whirlpool Washer (LSQ9244EQ0) Makes A Lot of Noise
« Last post by tosh9i on August 06, 2020, 02:11:42 PM »

I have Whirlpool Washing Machine Model No: LSQ9244EQ0 . The problem is that when it spins, it makes a lot of noise. Also, while it's spinning, I can tell that it's coming from beneath the wash tub

*I checked the Motor Coupling. They were still in tact.
*I replaced the Agitiator Coupling.
*It's also leveled.
*I don't think that it's the Bearings because there's no noise when I spin it manually.
*The Springs are in tact.
*I'm pretty sure that there's no blockage due to coins or lint.

After doing all of those tests and more research, I figured that something must be wrong with the belt. However, I came across another post elsewhere that said that this washing machine doesn't have a belt. So, if it doesn't have a belt, then is there something similar, that could be causing all of that noise?
Washer Repair / Direct drive washer doesn't agitate properly.
« Last post by paco406 on August 06, 2020, 10:48:10 AM »
I have a whirlpool direct drive washer that doesn't agitate properly. It goes back and forth but with no force. Like just barely moves back and forth. I am talking about the bottom agitator. If you grab a hold of it you can actually turn it by hand. Like the transmission is slipping or something. I had another unit do this before and never could figure it out. Any help would or ideas would be helpful.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Mini fridge compressor cycling off
« Last post by shadycreek007 on August 06, 2020, 10:34:30 AM »
Never mind,  thermo overload. 
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Mini fridge compressor cycling off
« Last post by shadycreek007 on August 06, 2020, 09:43:45 AM »
I'm certain this is an easy fix but i'm fairly new to refrigerator repairing. More of hvac repair.  Mini fridge,  compressor clicks on,  sucks down to 30 then cycles off. Is this controlled by the temp controls inside fridge? Thanks in advance.
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