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Dryer Repair / Frigidaire dryer not heating
« Last post by ptn on Today at 08:26:59 PM »
I have a 9 year old Frigidaire electric dryer, model # GLEQ2152ES0, that runs fine, but no longer heats. The problem started about 6 months ago, and had been intermittent until recently. House circuit breaker had been replaced a couple of months ago. I have doubled checked voltage at plug and have 120 & 240. Checked control thermistor, thermal limiter and high limit thermostat & heat element, all have resistance... Anything else to check? Or does this mean its time to replace electronic control board? Thank you in advance for your time and assistance.
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Dryer Repair / Re: Samsung DV448AEP/XAA unit powers on but does not run
« Last post by schleven on Today at 01:09:43 PM »
 :cheers:
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Dryer Repair / Re: Samsung DV448AEP/XAA unit powers on but does not run
« Last post by add1212 on Today at 11:35:08 AM »
Belt or tstat on blower housing. Only components likely to cause this

It was the belt. Took the front panel off and it was laying on the bottom of the dryer. Thanks for your help.
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I am very sure Brada appliances are made by Sam Sung for the Brick Warehouses.But I cannot find parts diagram to identify part numbers.Does anybody know which site shows Brada parts diagrams?I can get Sam Sung parts locally and fast,but have to wait for Brada parts in the mail and costs a lot more.Please help!
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That how i had it directly  to the valve. Then she said the water taste nasty and she wanted it back how it was. In and out through the filter then to the valve. thanks for the info.
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Professional Appliance Repair Trade (P.A.R.T.) / If you could do it over
« Last post by RAH52 on Today at 07:49:39 AM »
I've been in the biz for a long time 40+ years and for the most part have seen it all . The first 20 + Years I got a big charge from making broken things work properly again . I must admit it was pretty simple back then ,no electonic boards ,dual evaps ,sensors everywhere and pretty simple engineering.Customers were different back then , more easy going .Things started to change ,appliances got crappier ,warrantys got smaller and people got pi$$ier .I've made a good living ,although I worked very hard for it and I think in a couple of years I will be able to retire without reverting to dumpster diving .I ofter wonder though what if I had done something different .I originally wanted to be an aircraft mechanic but for a number of reasons I didn't follow my dreams . Oh well ,they say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence .  Whats your opinion ,I'd especially like to hear from those who came from other jobs to appliance repair on how this job stacks up .
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: late model ge profile side by side iceburg
« Last post by Caddy4343 on May 23, 2015, 09:39:54 PM »
That flex line should hook directly to the valve.  Thet're prety much standard.  At this point I suggest the you spend your money on a professional service man.  It will be cheaper in the long run.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: late model ge profile side by side iceburg
« Last post by Caddy4343 on May 23, 2015, 09:35:36 PM »
If the ice is "sweating" then your most likely problem is a bad door seal or the flapper on the dispenser isn't closing.  Warm air is getting into the freezer.  Often on GE's the flapper selonoid gets corroded and stops the flapper from closing.
 
Getting the wrong information from home owner's is common.  Welcome to my world.....
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bigger than 1/4 but smaller than 3/8
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