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Washer Repair / Re: whirpool steam washer wfw9500tw02 f-70 error
« Last post by zayamelly on Today at 06:03:17 PM »
 :'( damn nobody has any thoughts ?
Dishwasher Repair / Re: Samsung Model DMT800 Blinking CE
« Last post by jstubbe71 on Today at 03:33:04 PM »
Glad to help!
Chit Chat / Re: Pro forum
« Last post by AJ on Today at 03:15:23 PM »
Chit Chat / Pro forum
« Last post by Airczech on Today at 03:11:14 PM »
Hi, I'm a AC and heating contractor here in Lomita, CA. One man shop, mainly repairs, some installs. I would love to join your Pro Forum.
Heating & Air Conditioning Repair / Re: ICP TempStar NUGK075DG07
« Last post by Airczech on Today at 02:37:29 PM »
Be careful what you r looking for. This is not a flame sensor. Its a main limit switch, adjustable 120-250F with a fixed differential of 30F. They must be replaced with the OEM part. Match the temperature setting of the old part and test it, make sure it operates properly. Limit switch should shut the burner down no later than 3-3.5 minutes after the main burner ignition, when the blower fails.
Cam-Stats are still available, you should be able to get the same part.
Dishwasher Repair / Re: Samsung Model DMT800 Blinking CE
« Last post by Uranium232 on Today at 01:57:26 PM »

You are my hero!  I had not thought of leaving the power on.  After disconnecting and reconnecting at the PCB, the error was still flashing, but I could turn the dishwasher off.  It's running a cycle right now, and so far, is a complete success!  Thanks for saving the day and sparing me additional scorn from my wife :).

I went ahead and ordered that control panel, so I should be able to get this thing 100% functional with the power button after that.  Disassembling this thing is not my favorite pastime, so if it dies again, I think I'll be going shopping...

Thanks again for the help and updated progress.

Dishwasher Repair / Re: Samsung Model DMT800 Blinking CE
« Last post by jstubbe71 on Today at 01:25:08 PM »

Did u try unplugging and plugging back in that third plug on the pcb board? With the fuse breaker on. The machine must have power in order for the control panel to reset itself.

The result is a faulty display board but if u loose power he told me to just unplug and plug back in that third plug on the pcb board which kills the power to the display board which is blinking CE and it resets itself. If you've done that I wish you luck!

Dishwasher Repair / Re: Samsung Model DMT800 Blinking CE
« Last post by Uranium232 on Today at 12:41:17 PM »

I'm glad to hear you got everything resolved.  That's great!  I had a tech out years ago for those plastic bits getting stuck.  Since I've replaced the holder, no issues, but I know there's great online resources to permanently fix it (I never used the height adjust anyway).

I've checked and re-verified all connections at the PCB and took a look at the control panel.  Still no luck with the flashing "CE".  At this point, I'm going to try a replacement control board because the new ones should fix that annoying power button issue that I've never planned to get fixed.

Dryer Repair / SpeedQueen electric dryer drum support rollers
« Last post by Thorning on Today at 12:02:51 PM »
I am in the middle of cleaning and updating an older SpeedQueen electric dryer model   LE534AW. I dismantled the front support and removed the drum to check the condition of the drum support rollers. I always check the one above or closest to the heating element or burner as they show the most wear at least in my opinion. On this particular dryer I found the LH roller which is closest to the heating element  to have a slight eccentricity when it was rotated--about 1/32 of an inch. taking it off the spindle I found no significant wear on the spindle or the ID of the roller. The roller OD was just slightly eccentric. I switched it for the other side which was OK. I had a couple of rollers off an older Maytag unit but found that they are thicker at the bore and would not fit on the Speed Queen spindle length. They are about 1/8 inch thicker so the retainer snap ring could never engage the spindle shaft. Does anyone know if the replaceable spindle from a Maytag would fit in this dryer ? The rollers are slightly thicker and provide more support for the drum IMO.  Also when I was ready to replace the drum I carefully measured the drum to see if it could be reversed. As far as I can tell the drum is made in such a way that it could be reversed . I did not but wonder if anyone has ever done this.
These older Speed Queen units are easy to work on and last a long long time with only a slight amount of maintenance work. Wish I could say that about the newer high tech units.
Washer Repair / Re: Maytag 4000 Series exploded
« Last post by dab147315 on Today at 08:43:10 AM »
If you buy parts from this company and does not fix your problem you can return it less shipping.
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