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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Ge side by side icemaker is new but wont work
« Last post by Joeyt56 on November 24, 2015, 08:39:13 AM »
I'm working on a side by side ge with an  ice maker. model GSHS6HGDBCSS. The old ice maker had ice in it but wasn't cycling. I unplugged the ice maker for 30 seconds, plugged it back in and pressed the arm three times and it would not cycle. So i replaced the ice maker and again pressed the arm 3 times and nothing. So i decided to give it a couple days to see if it would cycle and it still wont make ice.  The temps are good but i know these models have problems with their variable speed evap motors and am thinking this maybe the issue. any thoughts before i move forward with this, also water valve is good!
Dryer Repair / Speed Queen dryer with no ID tag
« Last post by Thorning on November 24, 2015, 04:43:33 AM »
I am considering buying a used Speed Queen dryer that needs repair or replacement of the timer. The person selling it tells me over the phone that there is no ID tag in the door area. Is there another place on a dryer where the ID info that gives the model number  might be located ? I dont know the age of this unit but guess it is about 10 years old. I have a box of old timers that might fit but maybe not. Also most timers that are not turning are due to the small drive motor stripping out the plastic gears. Once in a while contacts are burned but not very often.  Can anyone suggest a place on this type of dryer which I think is gas where info on the model number might also be located ?
Dryer Repair / Re: Maytag Dryer MGDB200VQ0 Blower belt comes off
« Last post by Thorning on November 24, 2015, 04:28:04 AM »
Look at the idler and its spring . A loose or floppy idler will allow a belt to come off the motor pulley and /or the idler . Replacing the belt is not likely the cause or will it cure the problem 
Dryer Repair / Re: Thermostat swapping?
« Last post by Thorning on November 24, 2015, 04:04:17 AM »
If you are planning on swapping a t-stat from a gas to a gas dryer and the t-stat is  close to the same rating used in the same position you should be safe. Same applies to an electric dryer to another electric dryer. The important thing is to use the t-stat in the same position in the dryer. If you use a high limit t-stat in a position where a regulating type is used you are asking for trouble. The temp ratings are usually marked on the side or face but sometimes not.  For instance If you use a  regulating type t-stat with a rating that is considerably different your dryer will either produce low heat or very high heat. One is going to take a long time to dry the clothes due to low heat output and the other will get too hot and may scorch clothes or burn something up. BE CAREFUL switching t-stats.
Chit Chat / TV repair??? Help
« Last post by domain on November 23, 2015, 10:45:39 PM »

Samsung PN50A550S1F

All caps appear ok

c102 replaced with 47uf lytic no change see video its crazy

Im good with dmm but do not know tvs

Vs and Va are dead on but drop then rise again when it resets.

standby stays constant

Chit Chat / Re: Suffix codes
« Last post by AJ on November 23, 2015, 08:23:36 PM »
Link on the bottom of the page lets you register.
When any part of the heating cycle gets interrupted...bad element, thermal overload or even if unit is not circulating water because of bad pump or no water....whatever the reason...if the control senses no temperature rise for a certain amount of time it will trigger a heating error...either F7E1 or E2. Once that error is logged then it will continue to run cycles but will not heat...even if you replace the bad component. The only way to get it to start heating again is to clear the error code. This is easy but can be a bit tricky...

best thing for you to do is to read the manual on how to enter diagnostics to read error codes. The unit will store up to 4 error codes. Once the last one has been displayed you can press the hi temp key and that will clear the error code. You can then cancel out of diagnostics and enter it again to be sure you successfully cleared the error.

Hope that helps...let us know.

Well I tried this and it doesn't seem to do anything when I press the hi temp button. It just continues on doing the diagnostic. I have tried several times and the error still appears when I try the mode again. I did just run a load for about 5 minutes just to check and there appeared to be steam when there hadn't been before doing this and the heating element was hot to the touch. But I still get the error.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / LG Light Issue
« Last post by BobTheBrave on November 23, 2015, 04:59:12 PM »
LFXS30726S   The fridge itself works just fine.  The fridge lights inside are not working at all.  The blue light in back the sides or top, nothing comes on.  You go to open the freezer and the light on the lower part of the right door comes on.  The door sensors are the magnetic type and seem to be working properly.  The front display shuts off and the door alarm sees that the doors are shut. 

So I looked in the lower part of the Left door and no led visible at all.  Not even a plug in for an led present.  The clear glass is there for the led to shine through but that's it. I checked what plug ins I could find and from what i can tell everything is plugged in.  The diagram on the back of the fridge shows to be MEZ65817101 if that helps any. 
Chit Chat / Re: Suffix codes
« Last post by BobTheBrave on November 23, 2015, 04:42:11 PM »
Just a little confused on this one.  This is just a login for LG techs which I think they won't let me into this.
Service Manuals, Wiring Diagrams & Tech Sheets / Re: LG Service Manual
« Last post by BobTheBrave on November 23, 2015, 04:40:24 PM »
 :thanks: just what i was looking for  O0
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