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Dishwasher Repair / Re: KUDS02FRSS2 - I can't figure out why it does not work
« Last post by AJ on May 23, 2016, 04:27:51 PM »
Sounds like it's not getting enough water. The dishwasher fills on a timed cycle. After the first fill cycle you should be able to open the door and check the water level. The water level should be just below the heating element, but not touching the element. If you do not have the correct water level I would check the drain hose to make sure it's higher then the water level in the dishwasher so it can't siphon the water out or simple drain out from gravity. If your drain hose is installed correctly the next thing I would check is the water inlet valve. The water inlet valve has a screen in it that maybe partially plugged causing a slower then normal water fill. 
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Dishwasher Repair / KUDS02FRSS2 - I can't figure out why it does not work
« Last post by alternety on May 23, 2016, 03:25:02 PM »
- While running a cycle, a loud noise was heard. I stopped the machine and looked for anything from something the racks hitting the lower spray arm. I could see no interference.

- I disassembled the unit down to exposing the inside of the chopper. There was a lot of garbage on the screen. I cleaned it off. I removed the little flapper valve from the grinder and the return circulation. No blockage (including down in the sump for the flapper). Removed and cleaned the flapper. Not dirty. Put it back in. No observable junk in any part of the exposed assemblies.

- I reassembled everything. The machine would go through a complete cycle, but it did not appear that any water was being emitted from the lower spray arm. I placed top and bottom spray arms in a specific position and ran a short cycle. I did this twice to eliminate the near zero probability that they had moved but returned to the exact starting position under Murphy's supervision. They did not move.

- I have disassembled and re-assembled what I did initially and have found no errors. Everything looks as I understand it should. I verified none of the arms or connecting conduits are blocked.

- There is no documentation inside the dishwasher. I see where it should be; but apparently the local vendor (no longer in business) removed it.

- I have just taken everything I originally removed and again ran a cycle. It ran. No objections from the machine. There appeared to have been water splashed around the interior. A bit hard to be sure in that I had inadvertently chosen a heated dry. I will repeat this to be sure.


- I have found many sources of information concerning diagnostics and error codes. Nothing I have found seems to correlate to my unit. I have at least four methods to enable various diagnostic functions. None seem to work as I understand they should. I have found posts on the internet, downloaded a file that was supposed to be correct for my unit, and purchased a "service" manual that had nothing on the actual troubleshooting. Nothing seems to correlate with what actually happens.

- As an unimportant side note: Why must they keep changing diagnostic command codes from unit to unit.

- Some of this can certainly be my not understanding what I should do and what should happen.

- This thing was working until I took it apart trying to find out what was making the noise.

- It will now run through a complete cycle (as far as I can determine), but it will not circulate water. I can not figure out a way to get any meaningful fault codes.

- My gut feeling is that the original noise was something getting into the main pump. It does not seem like this is possible. Whatever happened, it does not stop the wash cycle with an error code. It just does not seem to be circulating water. My wife is not amused. Think about that.




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Can any help me?
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Washer Repair / Re: Washer does not spin fast
« Last post by deekin on May 23, 2016, 11:45:43 AM »
Disconnect off balance switch harness at top and jump out connections, try running it through spin test again like this.
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Dryer Repair / Re: LG SteamDryer Series DLEX3470W
« Last post by desi007 on May 23, 2016, 10:54:43 AM »
Hi Domain how i put diagnostic mode test step by step
Thanks
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Chit Chat / GE Profile fridge PFSS9SKYASS need a repair manual
« Last post by downdeep on May 23, 2016, 09:40:37 AM »
Looking for the repair/service manual for a GE Profile PFSS9SKYASS please help
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Bosch fridge side by side not cooling
« Last post by Rtek on May 23, 2016, 08:25:03 AM »
Hello,
I would like to get your help diagnosing the problem with my fridge.

My fridge, Bosch B22sn50sns stopped working one day. Some alarm was ringing. The fridge and the freezer were both at room temperature.
I called Bosch customer service and they sent their technicians to troubleshoot the problem.

First visit: They found a coolant leak in the condenser and compressor is busted. They replaced the compressor and the condenser. They left with the fridge on and compressor running. They told us to wait 24 hours until the fridge is cool again. 20 hours later, we hear the same alarm and the fridge and freezer are still at room temperature.

Second visit: The technician replaces the compressor again. He leaves with compressor running and told us to wait 24 hours. 20 hours later, we hear the same alarm and the fridge and the freezer are still at room temperature.

Last visit: the technician replaces the inverter. However, the fridge still does not work. The technicians gave up.

I would like to figure out what is wrong with my fridge.
When powering on the fridge, I observe the following:
-Alarm is shown right away AL.
-Compressor attempts to start 9 or 10 times but eventually stops.
-Both fans in FC and RC evaporators are running.

 Some updates:
- measured all sensors at CM board, all readings close to 4k at room temperature and when cooling  them down, resistance go up.
- measured defrost heaters, at freezer it shows 62ohm, at refrigerator 100 ohm.

Any advise would be appreciated.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Bosch fridge side by side not cooling
« Last post by Rtek on May 22, 2016, 10:08:37 PM »
Hello,
I would like to get your help diagnosing the problem with my fridge.

My fridge, Bosch B22sn50sns stopped working one day. Some alarm was ringing. The fridge and the freezer were both at room temperature.
I called Bosch customer service and they sent their technicians to troubleshoot the problem.

First visit: They found a coolant leak in the condenser and compressor is busted. They replaced the compressor and the condenser. They left with the fridge on and compressor running. They told us to wait 24 hours until the fridge is cool again. 20 hours later, we hear the same alarm and the fridge and freezer are still at room temperature.

Second visit: The technician replaces the compressor again. He leaves with compressor running and told us to wait 24 hours. 20 hours later, we hear the same alarm and the fridge and the freezer are still at room temperature.

Last visit: the technician replaces the inverter. However, the fridge still does not work. The technicians gave up.

I would like to figure out what is wrong with my fridge.
When powering on the fridge, I observe the following:
-Alarm is shown right away AL.
-Compressor attempts to start 9 or 10 times but eventually stops.
-Both fans in FC and RC evaporators are running.

Any advise would be appreciated.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: LG LMX25964SS icemaker not working correctly
« Last post by BryanS on May 22, 2016, 09:09:05 PM »
I haven't changed many of those valves.  I have replaced them for leaking.  You would need to unhook the wire harness, put your meter leads in, cycle the ice maker and see if you get 120v at any point during the cycle.
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