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I got it. One of my kids sock somehow got stuck in the pump. Thank you!
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Your going to think this is crazy but your refrig is actually designed to do this on purpose. usually at around 45 mins to an hour after you dispensed ice the door opens automatically and allows any trapped ice left in the chute to fall out. they did this to help prevent the more common problem of the ice chute jamming with ice. 

I'll see if I can find the training  bulletin that explains this in depth for you.
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  Might be something jamming the drain pump. Disconnect the clips and pull the pump away from motor and try spin cycle.

Eric
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The washer fills up with water but does nothing else. It makes a humming sound on all the cycles. Its not the lid switch as it clicks and makes the humming sound stop untill I close the lid. Its a top load washer.could it be tge motor?

Model: ETW4400WQ0

SER: CY2130565
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Kenmore Model 795.762202.901
« Last post by Joey Bullock on July 26, 2014, 11:20:40 AM »
I'm looking for a Service Manual for a Kenmore refrigerator Model  795.762202.901 with bottom freezer.  Made by LG?  Any other tech info would be appreciated.

Thanks.
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Could be the control board. I have the same model and the pump wasn't coming on in spin. Replaced the control board problem solved. It sounds like the control board isn't sending the message internally to do what it is suppose to do. On my  issue I was able to ohm the pump and it gave resistance.  I should have chk voltage to pump while it was running if no voltage to pump it's a bad board or if giving voltage to pump it's a faulty pump. But I got lucky and  guessed right since I was showing pump had resistance.
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Dishwasher Repair / Samsung DTM400
« Last post by Tbowman on July 26, 2014, 09:41:04 AM »
I purchased what I thought was top of the line dishwasher by Samsung in March 2013,with in months of use it started "heavy" flashing light meaning a leakage, this has been an ongoing issue since purchase. The leak would start and cause dishwasher to shut down, and when the water dried it would reset itself, and the cycle continues almost every other month,after 3 visits by Samsungs so called repair techs they stated they thought the issue was fixed,but the dishwasher may have tub issues, so 4 months later the issues started again. So at MY expense the 4 tech arrives in July he states it is a tub leakage and is not repairable, my purchase warranty has now expired per Samsung, however it has a "lifetime" warranty on stainless steel tub leakage. How can I resolve this issue? Samsung will not respond to my request for replacement.
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Chit Chat / Follow us on Google+ for latest updates from our Google Drive & more!
« Last post by AJ on July 25, 2014, 11:03:45 PM »
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