« Last post by emaring on September 19, 2020, 08:19:37 AM »
Sears model#596.72002015 french door refrigerator lost power to harness behind back cover. It is a Whirlpool built fridge, I can't find a wiring diagram or tech sheet any where. My only guess right now is power originates from main board on the back. Has anyone run across this problem or have wiring diagram to help me sort this out. Thanks Ed.
« Last post by bridgetalaniz on September 18, 2020, 03:17:30 PM »
Bought a second hand fridge, and quickly am regretting it. I have paid 3 techs to come here and am getting the run around. Hopefully I can get some help here.
The symptom is the fridge is only around 10-11 degrees (50-52 F). it doesnt go higher than that or lower than that... unless of course we keep the doors open, but once the doors are shut it goes back to 10-11 degrees. 3rd Tech came and said its the evaporator fan, and replaced it, however the new fan is also not working. He then said it was the control board, and replaced that, but the fan still is not turning on when the fridge door is closed. New fan is not running, and fridge is warm. Freezer is perfect. There is some frost where the evaporator fan is located, because the air is not being circulated.
Any suggestions on things I can test would be extremly helpful. I am tired of techs taking my money and not helping me.
« Last post by Dash on September 18, 2020, 12:09:06 PM »
What is the model number of your washer? Hold the lid at a 45 degree angle and look at the tag that's between the two hinges to find the model number.
A bad lid switch can cause a burning smell though it's not common. Your burning smell may be coming from the motor. If the motor is bad OR the capacitor is bad OR the big multi-connector that plugs into the motor has some wimpy contacts, the motor may overheat and cause the burning smell. It can also come from a bad connection of a connector into the timer.
To check your transmission, turn the 3-prong coupler by hand 15 times each direction. It should be a little bit harder to turn in the spin direction and little easier to turn in the agitate direction. Transmission must be in the washer to make this manual test meaningful.
« Last post by shillion on September 18, 2020, 09:59:23 AM »
The touch pad is on top of the door. Power is going to the control board thru the door lock switch, but no light is showing to indicate the which button is touched, even with a brand new control board which is also the power supply. The wiring diagram does not show anything about the 12 volt DC supply. Where should I check about the 12 volt DC power supply? Previously I also replaced the touch pad, that did not help either. I am just about giving up. Please help! Because no lite is on, the dw won't do anything.
« Last post by Matzie66 on September 17, 2020, 09:44:36 PM »
Washer is a Samsung model# 592-495070. Unit reaches high speed spin empty but not with a load. Replaced PCB main control &
stator assembly still won,t get to high speed spin. Any suggestions?? Rene
« Last post by K-Bob on September 17, 2020, 05:50:31 PM »
I'm in now. Mine fell completely off who know how long ago. Fortunately all the mounting pegs are in good shape. Slapped it back on and found this thread. Sounds like a Through bolt arrangement is best. It's funny, I searched out of balance Several times, and never came up with "weight fell off". I changed the top shock, but it seemed fine, and I was really scratching my head until I pulled the front off to get a the lower shocks. Thanks for the help.
« Last post by jkesselman on September 17, 2020, 03:06:44 PM »
The High Temp light is flashing on my KDTE334GPS0. How do I determine the Service Error Code? Any ideas?
« Last post by wpgcamper on September 17, 2020, 08:41:34 AM »
Thanks for the reply.
Yes, it turned out to be one relay and one capacitor on the timer board that needed to be replaced and it's working great again.
« Last post by Andy Minster on September 17, 2020, 08:09:31 AM »
Ladies and Gentlemen,
When I click on a link to a manual I get a new tab with an error message saying something like "page not found, check your URL".
This is happening on different days and times.
Is there something I need to do to my system?
It worked fine until a week or so ago.
« Last post by manden on September 17, 2020, 07:49:55 AM »
Here is info on your unithttp://b2b.frigidaire.com/support/ResultsPage.asp?strModel=cgeb27s7cb1&User=&Search=Search
Since convection works I would check the convection/bake relay first.