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Author Topic: FRS6R5ESBC/Frigidair HELP ,im repairing my own Ref a Frigidair defrost problem  (Read 3033 times)

Offline williesanchez69

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Im repairing my refrogerator a Fridair side by side Ive replaced the defrost t-stat,and adabtive defrost timer and still  on the 3rd day frost build up as if NO defrost,the heater ohms out OK,can/will some one please HELP!!I am a HVAC contractor that started out in the appliance field and YES I would like to get back into the appliance repair trade ive gotten a schematic of this GREAT SITE ,can some one please help
« Last Edit: November 18, 2009, 07:39:48 PM by Al Capone »
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Offline williesanchez69

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Re: HELP ,im repairing my own Ref a Frigidair defrost problem
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2009, 07:35:55 PM »
OH how does a the timer get tested what buttons,sequences are the to test the timer,i replaced it thinking it was the defrost timer,not cheap???
2 Tim 1;7 God has not given us a spirit of cowerdness but of power,love and a sound mind The problem of the world is not its economy.but the real problem is SIN

Offline Al Capone

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Re: HELP ,im repairing my own Ref a Frigidair defrost problem
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2009, 07:39:33 PM »
Hi,

Please do not post about the same problem in different boards.

You posted correctly the first time in the Frigidaire board.
There was no reason to post again for the same problem here in the General Discussion board.

People can post replies to your original topic at this URL.

http://appliancejunk.com/forums/index.php?topic=5301.0

Locking this topic to help simplify things.

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