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My freezer is still freezing but the fridge area is warm I think the defrost board has failed but I need the tech sheet to run the diagnostic test.
I called Whirlpool this morning and they claim that the tech sheet is not included with the appliance any longer.
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Washer Repair / Re: Neptune MAH4000AWW no spinning but other functions are OK
« Last post by mz3own on August 01, 2015, 01:11:51 PM »
Does the door lock light come on when the spin cycle is selected? It will take about a min for the light to come on? Flow chart attached to help you
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Washer Repair / Neptune MAH4000AWW no spinning but other functions are OK
« Last post by def on August 01, 2015, 12:39:12 PM »
So, I have had this Neptune for years now after replacing the main control board. The washer has performed like new until it quit spinning yesterday. The agitation works fine so the motor seems OK. The belt is fine. The washer fills, pumps out fine but when it comes to the spin cycle, the motor seems not to be receiving any signal.

Where do I start? Is this a failed motor control board? If so, are they even available any more?
Your help is appreciated.  :thanks:

def
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Chit Chat / electronic Whirlpool motor rons only one deraccion to agitatate
« Last post by Buble787 on August 01, 2015, 12:30:41 PM »
my washer only agitates in one direction I check the motor and it only terns one way the computer diagnose say everything is OK  Where is the motor control 
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I think that this is an LG made refrigerator.Do one of you guys know how to change out these door seals?
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Frigidaire Gallery FGHB2866PF1 icing up
« Last post by 84lxconvertible on August 01, 2015, 08:19:05 AM »
Thank you for the help/information. We have a repair tech coming out to look at the fridge to verify the issue, after that I guess the fighting will start. I will keep you guys posted on what happens.
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Working om this sxs refr. Display shows freezer temp 80*f actual temp 76*F  and 57*F on refrigerator actual temp 42*F . unplug and plug the unit no change same temp. Ran diagnostic test using fast track. Digital display screen went blank by pressing power freeze and power fridge  but did'nt do anything when freezer temp. button pressed no fault code was shown.check voltage on pcb board 5-11 compressor and dispensor heater 122 volts 5-11.  1-11water tank  122 volts. 9-7 R def/ice pipe htr 0 volts.  13-7F def. htr 0 volts.
FANS/: F_FAN (9 VDC) R_FAN (9 VDC).  C_FAN (9 VDC) Fan control for freezer, fridge and  condensor 2.3 vdc  no frost on freezer and fridge. do yoy it's low on freon or pc board is bad/
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Washer Repair / Re: whirlpool GSQ9669LW1
« Last post by DMVAppSolutions on July 31, 2015, 09:18:31 PM »
So i cant use multimeter. What is used to test it? U Tube is testing in ohms.  Thats odd and im not about to blow my meter.
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Refrigerator modification
« Last post by manoweb on July 31, 2015, 06:40:35 PM »
I doubt many aluminum fin evaporators would stand up to high side pressures well.. and you cannot simply reverse the cap tube, it acts as a metering device restricting the flow of the high pressure liquid refrigerant allowing it to come out as low pressure gas in the evaporator...  if you simply reversed the flow through it then you wouldn't have a metering device to perform the same function in the condenser....

if you look up how a heat pump works then you should be able to get a bit better understanding of this...  heat pumps usually have 2 different metering devices that have one way bypasses around them so that only one is in use at a time..

I will have to check this, thanks for the input. I thought a heat pump generally use expansion valves that are directional, so it needs two, but a cap tube is not directional.

As for the heat, I am under the impression that the temperatures on the "hot" side of a heat pump are much lower than the glass of an incandescent bulb, that wikipedia says is "between 200 and 260 C (392 and 500 F)".


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why do you want to heat the inside? and what temperature are you looking for?

Sorry, I missed to explain that.

The reason I want to do this is to build a levitation/fermentation chamber. This, is, something I can control (with a computer) to vary the internal temperature of the chamber between 4C (39F) and 40C (104F) according to a profile, to allow the ideal conditions for several stages of fermentation/levitation/maturation process, all of this independently of the outside weather conditions.

For example, I might want to keep my dough at 25C for 24 hours: during the night the T outside might go down to 13C, and during the day it might go up to 34C: this system will have to "warm up" during the night to keep the dough at 25C and cool down during the day.

It is easy to control the compressor motor with a relay, and start the "cool down" mode when needed. Some people use electric heat generators to warm up, but I was really curious to see if, by using a 4-way reversing valve, I could obtain the "heat up" cycle without having to install a heater inside the refrigerator.

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Washer Repair / Re: LG washer - WM2301HR - No Power
« Last post by john63 on July 31, 2015, 06:31:12 PM »
Good job:)
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