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Washer Repair / Re: Maytag Neptune MAH6500AWW spin weakly
« Last post by humanbeing on July 31, 2015, 12:43:10 AM »
1) I tested motor control board. Between p1&p2, p3&p2, p1&p3 are 6~7 ohms. p4&p5 is about 170 ohms. (I did not see burning mark on the PCB.)
2) I checked drain pipe and motor. There was no blockage.
3) In service mode, I pressed 'rinse' for 3 seconds. LED displayed "ob" (similar to b but not b). Refer to the picture.
And I tried 'stain cycle' button as well. LED displayed "h" and no spin. What do these two codes mean?

Thank you very much.
Washer Repair / Re: LG washer - WM2301HR - No Power
« Last post by Rob2000 on July 30, 2015, 11:18:13 PM »
The local store only had the hall sensor and not the harness.  So I changed just the hall sensor.

I rechecked the old sensor after I took it out to make sure I had good contact with the pins.  One pair had 10Kohms and 40-80kohms on the other; well out of spec...so it was bad.

Put it back together and first load (with blankets) worked fine!!!

So all together 43+170+22 + tax ~ $250.  I think it was about 900 sticker price and we got it for about 600+tax/delivery ~$700 total 5 years ago. So, about 700/5=$140/yr for the 1st 5.  If the fix works for 250/140= 1.8 yrs then it was worth it.

It took 4 trips to the parts store.   Yes, three parts four trips.  The first time I asked for a main powerboard; my mother-in-law picked it up, they sent home a display panel-so i had to go back the next day, late to work, and get the right board (no I am not blaming my mother-in-law).  And about a week altogether between deciding what to do one evening, trying to get the parts locally the next, etc. If I new all parts to get the first time I would have ordered online so that I could return if they weren't needed. 

My suggestion to anyone else who has similar problems is to check all the available troubleshooting measurements you can the first time.

John, thanks for all of your help and effort.  I couldn't have done it without you!!!
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: Frigidaire Gallery FGHB2866PF1 icing up
« Last post by schleven on July 30, 2015, 10:13:25 PM »
I have had two customers with this problem and both of them got new refrigerators.
So I moved the fridge and there is a large stained area/water trail from the ice box area all the way to the bottom of the fridge. The largest area at the top in the ice maker location is about 10" wide. I guess I am done!!!

What kind of luck have people been having with Frigidaire regarding this issue? I called them before you replied and all they were willing to do was send out a tech and give me a "one time" parts concession. I am past the one year warranty period, do I have any chance?
I have a Whirlpool Electric Range model WFE524CLBS ( http://www.whirlpool.com/-[WFE524CLBS]-1021746/WFE524CLBS/ ). I have attached a stock photo how the range looks. When cooking the other day, there was a spark in the back and the home's fuse was blown. On turning things back, it worked for a few hours, and again a spark and the fuse got blown. Attached are the pictures of the back side where its burnt.

Looks like the black wire is burnt. I have almost no knowledge of how things work. Really looking up to you for some help on how to go about fixing this. Big thank you once again for reading. I have more photos and videos of the area.

Dishwasher Repair / Re: Does anyone know how to get this spray assembly off?
« Last post by dab147315 on July 30, 2015, 08:47:07 PM »
It tell you in the manual but here is a video.
Update - plastic water reservoir was cracked.  Replaced and unit now functioning normally.  FYI, I did check the frig evaporator and no ice build-up present.  As the plastic cover and styrofoam insulator is obsolete and NLA, I try to be very careful when working with them.  Am seeing more of these and the heater extension is laughable as a design and its replacement should be standard requiem - even for unrelated repairs.

Dishwasher Repair / Re: Does anyone know how to get this spray assembly off?
« Last post by olyteddy on July 30, 2015, 07:49:29 PM »
If it's like the other wobble-tower GEs unscrew part# 451 on this diagram from the bottom of the DW: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/motor-pump-mechanism-parts-for-ge-gsd3300d00cc.html
did you check the water tank? it might be frozen.
Washer Repair / Re: whirlpool GSQ9669LW1
« Last post by DMVAppSolutions on July 30, 2015, 07:39:22 PM »
I didnt even see the capacitor on it. Just wire clipped to the motor. The plug was a 15 amp plug on a 20 amp circuit and was broken. I changed that and it ran regular but has a burnt smell to it. The pump is clear the motor turns good and the coupler is good. Everything seems fine just has a burnt smell and has some black grease caked on the plate that the motor attaches to. The transmission doesnt seem to be leaking.
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