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Our LG WM2010CW front load washer has been leaking in the front for approximately 1 year on about every 4th-6th wash. My husband can fix just about anything but, this we could not diagnose. WE FINALLY found the issue. Hope this helps someone else having the same issue.
Problem: Pictures attached. At sometime when adding liquid bleach to the detergent dispenser, the small circular plastic gasket from the bleach bottle cap dropped into the dispenser. Eventually the plastic gasket ended up in the connector hose between the dispenser and the tub. Depending how the plastic piece moved during the wash cycle occasionally it would block the flow of water, causing it to leak out the front.
Dryer Repair / Re: Frigidaire dryer not heating
« Last post by ptn on May 25, 2015, 02:52:03 PM »
Update: After further research and hands in the unit, determined the following: tested the heater relay, read 0 volts. (Electronic control board good). Tested between heater relay terminal COM and neutral, read 120V. (Power supply good). Took high temp thermostat out, tested on griddle, with help from daughter, infrared thermometer and digital multi-meter, (thermometer & multi-meter are low end items, so calibration may not be very accurate...)unit "opened" approx 350-370 degrees F. "Closed" approx 212 degrees F. (Tho unit labeled as 260-70 degrees F).  Control Thermistor tested @ 58 OHMS, spec sheet says should be 50 OHMS...???

Put everything back together except top cover, ran unit on high heat...all worked well... Exhaust temp reading on my multi-meter thermocouple was high of 142 degrees F when heat turned off and low of 115 degrees F when it turned back on...  Loaded with wet clothes and it is running fine...  Good thing I keep my hair cut short...
 Oops!  It's RB195ACBP for the two samsungs. Sorry bout that lol
That model number is for a G.E Refrigerator.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / LG Model # LMX25964 ST
« Last post by JPM on May 24, 2015, 11:40:02 PM »
Does anybody has experience in testing Linear Compressor or How test this type.
Prompt answers will be appreciated Thanks
Hello gentleman and gentleladies.  I have got two Samsung refrigerators, model tbx18daxcrww.  One of them doesn't cool nor freeze, and the display to the fridge flashes 80 degrees and just beeps every minute or so.  Thee other Samsung the Freezer works, but the fridge doesn't, and it too beeps and flashes 80.  I picked them up hoping to fix them myself and was wondering if anybody could throw any useful information my way.  It would be helpful for sure! :thanks:
Dryer Repair / Re: Estate EGD4400wq0 dryer is starting with loud noise
« Last post by SamZ on May 24, 2015, 09:04:19 PM »
Fixed! :cheers: O0
There was a pencil stuck inside, it broken off 3 pieces with load of dirt, after cleared them up. The drying is back in business.
Thanks guys for your helps!

Dryer Repair / Frigidaire dryer not heating
« Last post by ptn on May 24, 2015, 08:26:59 PM »
I have a 9 year old Frigidaire electric dryer, model # GLEQ2152ES0, that runs fine, but no longer heats. The problem started about 6 months ago, and had been intermittent until recently. House circuit breaker had been replaced a couple of months ago. I have doubled checked voltage at plug and have 120 & 240. Checked control thermistor, thermal limiter and high limit thermostat & heat element, all have resistance... Anything else to check? Or does this mean its time to replace electronic control board? Thank you in advance for your time and assistance.
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