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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: wrt519szdw01 freezing fresh food
« Last post by dab147315 on June 19, 2017, 10:26:03 AM »
Tech sheet that you may have and one service pointer.
Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / wrt519szdw01 freezing fresh food
« Last post by haroldshell on June 19, 2017, 10:20:08 AM »
customer stated fresh food freezing, i have replaced the control and sensor, any service flashes for this? thanks!
Washer Repair / Re: Washer will no agitate - seized I think
« Last post by johnboy3 on June 19, 2017, 08:38:41 AM »
I used to run Laundromats, and this sounds like the agitator shaft has seized inside the housing. Saw a lot of this.  On the old transmissions you could replace the upper part of transmission, but when the Orbital transmission came out, have to replace the transmission.
That's the thing, those bolts were still completely in place, hadn't moved. It looked like the counter weight was just sitting there. That's why it makes me wonder if washers were supposed to be there.
Washer Repair / Re: LG WM2010CW Throwing an LE Code
« Last post by Blaiser on June 19, 2017, 08:22:05 AM »
I would place your attention to the wiring harness that attaches to the motor. Had one of these couple months back and found that the nylon wire tie wrap that hold the wiring harness to the frame is too tight so when you get a heavy load the wiring harness pulls on the wire in high speed spin cycle and I found an internal wire frayed causing the motor to get periodic power sometimes locking up and sometimes works fine. Bottom Line I had to replace the wiring harness going to the motor because there was too much tension on the wiring harness. When you install the new one make sure there is enough slack in the harness going to the motor.

But I would focus your attention to the wire tie wrap - right where it attaches to the frame. (I ohm'd all the wires out and sometimes I'd get ohm's and sometimes not). Replacing the wire harness corrected the problem.
Just wondering how the heck the 4 bolts would come off that counterweight they are pretty heavy duty. If they came off that easy you might want to apply some loctite to the NEW BOLTS if you haven't done so. Thank you for responding back and letting us know.
Tools, Equipment & Other Products / Re: DeWalt 12vMax DCF610S2 Screwdriver
« Last post by dewitt8884 on June 18, 2017, 11:53:00 PM »
I use this same one and I love it. The adjustable chuck is key so I don't break plastic and it's strong enough to drill into a stud. 
Washer Repair / Washer will no agitate - seized I think
« Last post by hotdig on June 18, 2017, 10:26:20 PM »
Hello all.

Maytag Stack W/D
Model LSE7806ACE

I smelt a burned belt last week during wash cycle. Turned washer off, ordered two new belts, installed and adjusted. Spin/drain cycle works fine, brake works fine when lid is opened during spin. I tilted machine and removed the lower pully to check things out. Removed shaft screw, cam and pully. Bearing above pully is good, cam lug on bottom of shaft isfine. Splines on cam and shaft are good, adjusted cam properly and reassembled. When I turn the pully CW looking up from bottom of pulley, cam moves up shaft as designed and releases brake. Tub, transmission and pump work correctly. CW is spin mode.

Here's my problem.
When put into wash cycle, the lower pully does not turn at all. Motor works fine. Belt on motor pully would burn up if not turned off. I cannot turn the pully CCW. If I put a huge amount of pressure CCW it will turn,( brake eventually slips) but very hard. Agitator and inner tub do not move at all. It shows no sign of agitating.

I am thinking one of the bearings on the shaft has seized up.
Could someone point me in the right direction here.

Thanks for any help or advice.

Tools, Equipment & Other Products / Re: DeWalt 12vMax DCF610S2 Screwdriver
« Last post by tgoods on June 18, 2017, 06:20:10 PM »
I'm getting another one. Dewalt says 90 days full refund warranty. I was removing a motor from a Haier combo washer dryer. When I backed the screw out, the back sheet metal caught under the collet and popped it off. I found all the parts and put it back together but now the bits won't lock in place. I checked the parts diagram and all the parts are there. I thought the check ball was gone but it's still there. It's under warranty, I'll just get a new one.
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