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Washer Repair / Bosch Nexxt 500 washer mod. WFMC3301 not dispensing fabric softener
« Last post by neustkg on November 21, 2015, 11:04:21 PM »
For the last few loads, the softener dispenser has not dispensed softener. Softener is still blue, not diluted, so it looks like the valve is not opening. I am currently soaking the dispenser tray in water with some bleach. Will rinse it and try again. I think I've heard that there is a cold water solenoid on the back of the washer that may have done bad or maybe inlet filters are clogged? Any ideas? If it is a part, can someone provide a part number? Thanks
You will have to reprogram the board after you change out the high voltage board using the code on the serial sticker. Problem sounds like a HV board.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Whirlpool side-by-side not producing ice
« Last post by baldwinappliance on November 21, 2015, 10:31:59 PM »
If your serial number is prior to HR033xxxxx then you may need to install an upgraded fill tube heater kit. The fill tube becomes frozen and won't fill. Part number should be W10347267. It is a pretty big job for a diy fix. You have to attach a wire or strong string to old fill tube (at bottom hinge) and another one to the heater wires behind the control panel, pull the old ones out and then attach the new fill tube to corresponding wire and heater wires to their corresponding wire and pull them back through the door. First time took me 45 minutes cause it went smoothly. Second time took 2 hours cause things kept getting hung up in the door. If your string or wire comes loose in the door it would be very hard to fix!
Dryer Repair / Re: Dryer doesn't dry
« Last post by baldwinappliance on November 21, 2015, 09:55:06 PM »
Dryers need heat and airflow to dry your clothes. If you take away the heat it is like trying to dry your clothes with a fan. If you take away the airflow it is like trying to dry your clothes in an oven. Neither one will work very well. So if your dryer is getting hot, look for a pinched exhaust hose or clogged vent where it leaves your house. If it is not getting hot you will need to test power and/or components.
Washer Repair / Re: LG WM3875hvca Washer Heater Element
« Last post by domain on November 21, 2015, 09:00:36 PM »
that white connector leading to that thermistor is often an issue.... were you checking it directly on thermnistor?
Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / Touch Panel Overlay Needed
« Last post by phelpsey on November 21, 2015, 08:47:23 PM »
Looking for a replacement touch panel overlay for my GE JTP55 Double Wall Oven. Part is no longer available so I am hoping to find someone who has one in stock that never sold.  Part # Overlay WB27T10944.
Chit Chat / Re: New Guy Introduction
« Last post by deekin on November 21, 2015, 08:33:23 PM »
wait till you are up to your elbows in cooking grease covered in rat shit and in a home that smells like cat piss fighting with an appliance that was tiled in place and you need to pull it out to get to the main board.  :2funny:
;D :rofl: :2funny:
Dishwasher Repair / samsung dishwasher dw80f600uts blinking smart auto and heavy
« Last post by biff70 on November 21, 2015, 07:39:33 PM »
i am getting a blinking smart auto and heavy light.  Sometimes just the smart auto light.  The dishwasher is about 2 years old.  I replaced the main PCB, the Case break, and the ECS within the last week.  The dishwasher ran thru one complete cycle after I replaced all of those, then went back to blinking smart auto, then both.  Any suggestions?  its close to going to the curb.
Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / Re: no burner igniter spark after self cleaning
« Last post by dab147315 on November 21, 2015, 06:38:23 PM »
May what to see if any burnt wires off Harness -ignitor.Part #316580611
Washer Repair / LG WM3875hvca Washer Heater Element
« Last post by deadlycfx on November 21, 2015, 05:31:46 PM »
Hi All,

I need to confirm something with you guys as this is my first major appliance repair job I do at home.  I have a LG WM3875hvca front-loading washer that randomly gets the tE error.  We have to turning it off and on.  I read online on what could probably be the issue, so I decide to take it apart.  I think the issue is a bad heating element.  I measure the resistance, but I don't get any reading from it.  I got a reading of 54K ohms on the thermistor, which seems to be out of the normal range per the service manual.  I will be ordering the heating element, which also seems to come with the thermistor attached to replace.  Do you guys think I'm heading the right direction?

Thanks all.
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