« Last post by Thorning on January 01, 2021, 11:23:21 AM »
Where ar you located as my local Speed Queen dealer has some new electric models in stock . He is located at Benson, Illinois and the phone number is 309 394 2616. The dealer guy is Bruce Heineke.
« Last post by ghadlock on January 01, 2021, 09:11:13 AM »
Another question, does anyone have a blower fan / pulley puller that works well on the Samsung blower fan that has two holes across from each other? I've attached a picture from PartsDr showing what the fan looks like if any one can recommend a puller model that works well with it. Still going to try to replace the motor since everything else seems to check out. BTW, I actually called and tried to buy a new dryer since I'm so fed up with this one - TWELVE week deliver interval, so back to attempting to repair...
« Last post by ghadlock on January 01, 2021, 07:46:49 AM »
So the new motor arrived, motor only (noting that I could have paid $30 more for motor assembly that came with the blower fan attached and the fan shroud). Anyhow, tried to install new motor but the blower fan was seized up on old motor, tried and tried to get it off including "soaking" the shaft in WD40 and letting it sit for a couple of hours. Ordered a puller that may or may not work. As an interim step, I tried laying new motor beside old one and making electrical connection - display panel still dead and new motor ohms out same as old one so think it is NOT a motor or centrifugal switch issue.
Has anyone before seen a dead front control panel (i.e. no voltage coming from main control board) on a Samsung dryer and if so what was the cause? Does anyone know what voltage reading should be between the brown (neutral) wire and the black wire on 3 pin power connector on main board when dryer is in standby mode (i.e. powered on, not running)?
« Last post by Blaiser on December 31, 2020, 06:19:56 PM »
Take your inlet valve wired power plugs off the back (THE WIRED ENDS) and put a 120v test cord on each side of valve then plug test cord into wall and see if valve opens and dispenses water into tub. If when you plug the test cord into wall - water enters the tub your valves are not the problem. Check each side - Cold Valve and Hot Valve separately. If no water - you either have bad valve or no Power going to valves. Check outlet power! Let us know what you find!
« Last post by Blaiser on December 31, 2020, 06:13:27 PM »
You using flood proof stainless steel hoses??
« Last post by Blaiser on December 31, 2020, 05:50:07 PM »
Need Service Manual for Samsung Dishwasher Model #DW80F600UTS/AA01 dishwasher continues to run unless I shut the breaker OFF. Main Control Board just Replaced do same thing - anyone happen to have Diagnostic Sheet and Service Manual ?? Sounds like a bad or stuck relay anyone happen to have the same issue or remedy to fix?? Thank You
I have a whirlpool cabrio top loading washer, MOD # Wtw7000dw0. It will not fill with water. Getting the error code F8E1.
I checked the water pressure, itís fine.
Checked the hoses, they are fine.
Read up on all the possibilities and it said it must be a water inlet valve issue and to replace, so thatís what I did. Put the bend new one in and the problem still persists. What is going on?
« Last post by shillion on December 31, 2020, 11:35:53 AM »
When the washer finished the wash was all the water drained out? Were the clothing sitting on the bottom of the tub or on the side of the tub? If they are on the bottom, that means the tub did not spin. If on the side, that may mean not spin fast enough, the washer belt may be worn out. About the dryer, start the dryer empty on high heat setting for 20 seconds, open door to feel air inside to find out hot or not. If not hot, try reset your dryer circuit breaker.
« Last post by Tylerjohn on December 30, 2020, 10:06:15 PM »
Hi, new here, have a question that I can not figure out. I have a washer dryer stacked cobo model #FLSEC72GCS5
washed clothes, made it threw load but clothes still wet, seems like last spin didnt work.so i threw clothes in dryer and it had no heat. so now the washer wont turn and dryer has no heat at same time. seems like the problem happened at the same time. any ideaís? any help would be greatly appreciated. thank-you
« Last post by tagarman on December 30, 2020, 05:10:09 PM »
Hey everyone, I'm working on a Frigidaire french-door refrigerator model no. LGHN2844MF, made in 2012 that the fresh-food lights won't shut off when the doors are closed. I can not find any door switches. I took off the top hinge covers and they are not there. I assume they use a magnetic reed switch somewhere in the cabinet but I tried to trigger them with a magnet with no luck. If anyone knows where they are hidden, please let me know. If it's not the switch then I guess the main board relay may be stuck closed. What do you think??? I didn't get into it too much yet as I thought I could unscrew the light bulbs not thinking that it may have LEDs (not sure) but the door alarm keeps blinking and beeping. Please help if you can. Thanks!