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Model - KSRL 25FRSS04
The ice bucket coupling is fine, the teeth on the shaft are fine.  It appears that the shaft has dropped down and will not engage the coupling.  Motor turns the shaft OK.                       ,
Washer Repair / Re: GE Washer only fills on casual cycle
« Last post by tgoods on August 25, 2014, 10:48:12 AM »
Does your console look like this? GE washer part numbers start with WH and they never stamp their parts with numbers.  If your console is different, I would use the picture as guide and mark positions on your console.

Washer Repair / Re: GE Washer only fills on casual cycle
« Last post by rockinrobin on August 25, 2014, 10:47:19 AM »
If you have the original timer (that came with the Washer when you purchased) then it will possibly have the part number printed on it.
If not then take a picture of the Control Panel and maybe we can match it with the correct Timer.
Do you have any pictures of your repair?  I haven't run into this yet and I want to prepare my customers for what the aftermath looks like. Thanks.
Washer Repair / Re: GE Washer only fills on casual cycle
« Last post by ShiftWork on August 25, 2014, 10:05:36 AM »
Fairbank, you are correct.

So my fix was to replace the timer with a new one (the exact one someone linked to in this thread) and the problem still persists.

You can actually set the timer to the blank area in between one cycle's off setting, and the next cycles start setting and it will fill with water.  It seems like the  settings aren't as listed on the washer panel.  That leads me to believe perhaps someone in the past swapped panels with a different model.

I have listed the part number from the panel if any of you guys have a parts reference.


Thanks for all your help.
Washer Repair / Re: GE Washer only fills on casual cycle
« Last post by dab147315 on August 25, 2014, 08:54:04 AM »
Is this the timer part number you put in?

And this is your model number? WCSR2090G9WW
Well I think I answered my own question with what I have to do.  Cut the top of the "roof" of the freezer to access the wires.  Not sure about linking to other forums but I came across this post where the EXACT same issue is described.  I believe this to be a design flaw by Samsung as it appears this has happed to several others.  The housing for this sensor just "pops" into the roof of the freezer with 2 small indentations to hold it in.  If it falls down it is likely it will get ripped off by opening and closing the freezer drawer.  This could be easily fixed by Samsung putting in a screw to hold it in permanently vs. the flimsy pop in housing.  Just thought I would share this with others
Service Manuals, Wiring Diagrams & Tech Sheets / Re: Whirlpool GB2SHTXTB00
« Last post by dab147315 on August 25, 2014, 08:39:09 AM »
Joey What did you find out?
Dryer Repair / Re: Wedding Band lost in washer/dryer
« Last post by dab147315 on August 25, 2014, 08:21:21 AM »
Also take washer agitator how to do that good luck.
All of a sudden within the past 2 weeks my 3 year old Samsung RF4278HABP/XAA refrigerator has started falling apart.   Last week the Ice Dispenser paddle broke which I posted about HERE.  Before that I opened the freezer door and saw a sensor laying in the freezer compartment.  (See attached picture).  You will notice the sensor attaches via a plug but the sensor, plug and all, have two wires which were ripped out with it. (A Red and a Grey wire)  Seems simple enough to just twist the wires back together and tape up right?  No.  The wires broke up inside the freezer of course and you can't access them. (see additional attached picture)  Somehow this sensor and it's cap popped out of it's housing and must have been hanging down as the freezer bottom drawer was opened and closed.  At some point ripping it off.  Now I get an 1 E Error code which indicates a freezer temperature sensor error! (Duh).  Believe it or not I actually had an extended warranty and a repairman came out to fix.  Long story short he indicated this was a "non-serviceable part" and the warranty company would contact me in 2 business days.  After a week I called them and they told me my claim was denied because this ticket went in as an "accident", and accidents are not covered in my warranty.  I won't bore you with the fight I am having over that, but in the mean time is there anyway I can fix this barring cutting away the inside top of the freezer to gain access to the wires?  I can't come in via the back side.  The temperature has now began to fluctuate and now things in the middle drawer compartment have started to freeze as well.  Any ideas on how to repair or get a part myself? As I mentioned, it would be an easy "fix" to twist the two wires back together if I could just access them.  Thanks.
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