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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: LG LMX28988ST error IF
« Last post by schleven on Today at 05:55:28 PM »
What's the compatible part number? Might help others with the same problem.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: LG LMX28988ST error IF
« Last post by tsr214 on Today at 05:40:26 PM »
DISREGARD this message.  After more searching, I found an on-line company that carried a compatible part.  thank you very much. 
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Washer Repair / Re: Ge Hotpoint Rubber Tub Straps HTWP1400 and others
« Last post by etbrown4 on Today at 01:57:29 PM »
367 looks like the upper frame that the top attaches to.

It is there and it's straight.
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Washer Repair / Re: Ge Hotpoint Rubber Tub Straps HTWP1400 and others
« Last post by olyteddy on Today at 01:27:00 PM »
Is the piece that's the front of the frame bent? That happens on some of the GE washers. Part 367 on this: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/02-cabinet-cover-parts-for-ge-wcsr2070t2aa.html It used to be a 2 part piece and was replaced by the one parter.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: LG LMX28988ST error IF
« Last post by tsr214 on Today at 01:18:00 PM »
I have the same error message, 1F.  Service tech came out and advised that I need a part that is no longer available:  ADJ36834101.  I have tried several online and local appliance parts sources but am unable to find this ice fan.  Does anyone know another source?  LG on-line official parts distributor told me to google to find it or try ebay! thanks to anyone if they can help cross reference this part to another
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Originally I had thought I had checked the broil element and found it working. But now I re-checked the broil element and it is not working. I will check the voltage readings later today. If the relay proves bad does the control board have to be replaced, or can just the relay be replaced?
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Washer Repair / Could it be the pressure switch?
« Last post by Zb555 on Today at 11:26:18 AM »
so I have a call for a whirlpool WTW5600VQ0 that the complaint was the timer doesn't advance. I went one I checked to ensure it wasn't the lid switch. It's filling and then switching, but it's getting caught up on the rinse cycle. Unless you advance it. So I pulled tube off the pressure switch at the tub and blew into it and it would kick in the time. So I checked the tube for debris and I'm all good. I blew through the hose into the tub and got bubbles and took the cabinet off and tub cap and could see there's nothing in front of the pressure switch to jam it up.

My thought is that it's the pressure switch that needs to be changed, could it be that the pressure switch will activate during fill because of how quickly it's filling, but losing pressure during the rinse because of how slow it fills?

Thanks,
-Zac
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What you're describing sounds like the DLB relay is out, in which case your broil element would not work either. Check the relays on the control board for voltage drops. Check L1 to BK and L2 in and out. Whatever reads 240vac is the bad relay. Check the back of the board for a blown solder joint.
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Washer Repair / Re: Ge Hotpoint Rubber Tub Straps HTWP1400 and others
« Last post by etbrown4 on Today at 07:40:11 AM »
The horizontal long shipping bolt is not there.  I can see the bracket on the left and right side of the motor.

I  do see where the motor and bracket have been rubbing.

New units in the store seem to have tighter tubs.

I checked all the suspension rods.  None are loose.
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time for a new fridge
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