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Thank You

I pushed all the buttons, all make the beeping noise, for the heck of it I pressed precision clean, the door motor locked the door and the top  element got warm, I cancelled it and it unlocked door to find element warm?
 maybe I should keep the main board & order the other one you mentioned and try them and send back what I don't need?  I will have to see I think it is on back order also.

thanks ron3033
Dryer Repair / Re: Samsung DV337AER/XAA - Electronic Power??
« Last post by domain on Today at 12:20:15 PM »
Would definitely check incoming power before any parts to be replaced. Ask if air dry runs longer.... it may be opening loose or burnt connection under load of heat
OK. The codes are represented by the 4 spaces in the clock... the 2 spaces on the right side of the semicolon are the E and F codes. The left is F and the right is E...
now the most recent code is 01:20 (the 01 is a reference to the door latch) the :20 means a key is stuck... 2=F keypad error, 0=E key pressed error... basically it means the main control board in the back of the oven is continuously receiving a signal from the keypad/display/clock board. The main board may or may not actually be receiving the signal so one of these 2 control boards thinks a button is being held in. The control board I am referring to on top is the one with the display and clock. I'm sorry but I don't know what might be happening with the 2 relays but if that solution doesn't work, I would wait on the first board and try it... if it doesn't work, then order the display board with the refund from the main board.
Hi Thank you
What is my best method of figuring this out?  I can not afford the repairman, nor a new range.  I was told to change the two relays on the main board and try it, the ones with the two red wires in upper right of photo.  I have them ordered.  I also have the main board on order, but is on backordered, so I am waiting.   At least your expertise was able to understand the code meanings, I was told all the codes would have the letter E or F with them?
Where or what does the other board look like?  As if memory serves me correct it looked like there was 2 or 3 boards up above where the display is ( the range is put back together and pushed in place while I wait for the parts.
What else could or should I be looking for?  Steps to proceed?

Your assistance is really appreciated
Washer Repair / Re: Whirlpool washer model WTW5100VQ2
« Last post by jim2020 on Today at 08:28:40 AM »
Had a similar issue with my Whirpool happen but stumbled across this blog that specifically talks about Whirpool issues. Another cool thing is that there is a comment section, where you can ask they store expert any question and he will walk you through it. Hope this helps for future reference.
Dryer Repair / Re: Samsung DV337AER/XAA - Electronic Power??
« Last post by LowSL2 on Today at 08:23:06 AM »
Check the power cord terminal block on the back of the machine, the power cord where it plugs into the outlet, and the outlet for signs of burning. I've had a few that had a poor connection that caused this same problem.
Dryer Repair / Samsung DV337AER/XAA - Electronic Power??
« Last post by AlphaApp on Today at 07:57:07 AM »
Samsung electric dryer.  Client complaint is that the unit will turn on, start, run awhile and then go dead for 5-10 minutes -- no lights, no power.  Unit can then be turned on again and the same thing happens.  This isn't mechanical.  As unit has both a control board and a PCB board, which is user interface, I'm leaning to it being the PCB.  The guy lives way out in the country so showing up just to diag is impractical.  Parts are factory order - 3-5 biz days out.  Not sure if I want to order both boards but I don't have enough experience with Samsungs specific to this problem.

Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Sub Zero Freezer repair
« Last post by BraxLimbo on August 30, 2015, 11:33:00 PM »
Would do actually! It's just a little way of giving back to them after they saved me from that moment of my life. Haha!
Dishwasher Repair / Re: drain pump never stops itself
« Last post by zio_mangrovia on August 30, 2015, 11:32:46 PM »
Replace the pcb

I'd like to repair it, I'm trying.
Can you suggest me something to help me please?
Dishwasher Repair / Re: LG LDF7561 OE / drain pump
« Last post by brians on August 30, 2015, 09:56:09 PM »
Yes, I pulled the hose as well as the drain pump and thoroughly checked the entire path from sump to sink drain and it's clear.

What can you tell me about the controller voltage?
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