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Washer Repair / Re: LG washer stops in wash cycle
« Last post by LowSL2 on March 24, 2015, 09:14:21 AM »
What is your model number?

I would assume it's an unbalanced load. But, double check your users guide.
Washer Repair / LG washer stops in wash cycle
« Last post by kirkpatrickje on March 24, 2015, 09:05:43 AM »
I just bought this LG washer, and the first three loads i did were fine. Now, the past two loads have quit in the middle of the wash cycle. The machine gives a continuous ding-dong doorbell-like alarm and displays three blinking dashes on the display. It keeps doing this for about 15 minutes until it must time itself out, at which point it shuts down and you can try again. Since its not giving an actual error code, its difficult to ascertain what the actual problem is. Any suggestions?
Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / Re: Microwave Heating Delay
« Last post by ryan111 on March 24, 2015, 08:23:00 AM »
That's what I was thinking it must have got damaged when it was blowing fuses.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Kenmore 25321041100 Freezer Smoke Smell
« Last post by jquimby on March 24, 2015, 04:51:57 AM »
It seems like most parts for the freezer I have has been discontinued. Maybe due to the age of the model.

I ordered a relay/start device from a company on Amazon and they cancelled my order as they were out of stock. The only choice left from what I could find was to buy a used relay/start device from Amazon Warehouse Deals.

I installed it almost a week ago and the freezer has been working great since then as it always has.

Hopefully this freezer will keep working for another 15 years.

Thanks for all of the help everyone. :thanks:
Hi Andy,

If you're still following this post, would you be able to tell me which relay on this board controls the defrost system? I'd be most appreciative!

Dishwasher Repair / Re: LG LDF6810ST Dishwasher whistling
« Last post by john63 on March 23, 2015, 11:56:14 PM »
<<< During a wash or rinse cycle it'll start whistling within a 20-30 seconds of starting up. >>>


Try removing the CHOPPER---re-assemble the filter cover---and run an empty wash cycle (or 2 if needed) to determine if the noise returns.
If no noise---replace the chopper with a new one...

If still noisy...
Check all of the WIRES inside the door (remove door panel)
Inspect the wiring from the bottom of the door---up to the detergent dispenser housing
If any broken wires are found---repair as needed.
Wrap the entire wire harness (from bottom of door to dispenser) with electrical tape.
Place a small section of cardboard between the wire harness and the tar-like insulation on the door panel (keeps wires away from insulation).


<<< Pump and motor assembly were replaced about a year ago >>>


What is the part number of the SUMP ASSY that was replaced?
Should be AJH31248604
If the part number was *different*---likely need to replace the WASH MOTOR...

If the CHOPPER and the SUMP ASSY are good & correct---the only possibility that remains---is a faulty Main Board (sticking motor relay).
Main Board failure for this symptom is fairly rare.
Dishwasher Repair / Re: Frigidaire dishwasher-water not draining
« Last post by scrapiron on March 23, 2015, 10:14:56 PM »
The model number would be helpful. However, in the meantime you could check for a clog in the drain line, check the air gap (if you have one) by the sink faucets for food debris.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / weird issue with GE GSH25JSCCSS
« Last post by schleven on March 23, 2015, 08:49:30 PM »
Customer called with a no water dispensing problem.  it was frozen in the door.
I had the heater kit WR49X10173 with me so I put it on.  No heat to it..
I then noticed that the light on the dispenser didnt work, or so I thought.  It would barely come on.  WHen I say barely, I mean you could see a slight red glow on the bulb when on and nothing when off.

I put my meter on the terminals going to the heater and got nothing.  I had it set for 20 volts dc.

So I was thinking maybe that the power that goes to the light is what goes to the heater and maybe the main board is bad.  I didnt have one with me, its not the common one, but thats my best guess.

the main board is not sending enough power to the front  board and thats why my new heaterr and the bulb won't work properly.

That said, the other functions of the front display board work fine.

Any help is appreciated.

Dishwasher Repair / LG LDF6810ST Dishwasher whistling
« Last post by abracadabra on March 23, 2015, 08:02:36 PM »
LG LDF6810ST Dishwasher whistling/whining... more like a whistle than a whine.
Pump and motor assembly were replaced about a year ago due to "snoring" sound during wash cycle.
At that time I swapped the cutter blade on the new pump/motor with the original one from the existing pump/motor assembly to avoid the whine noise that's associated with the new style cutter blade.
It's been silent until now.

During a wash or rinse cycle it'll start whistling within a 20-30 seconds of starting up. 

Any ideas/suggestions what to look for?
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