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Range, Oven & Cooktop Repair / Re: GE JTP15 Oven Broiler not working
« Last post by AppTek on February 10, 2016, 07:11:38 PM »
Could be the broil relay on the board. May have to send it in. Unless you can replace the relay yourself.
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Washer Repair / Re: Older model Maytag washer water valves
« Last post by Thorning on February 10, 2016, 01:47:18 PM »
I have taken the valve off and checked it and it is possibly not working as I got everything back in place , hooked up the water and tried all different settings for the washer controls and got a slight hum and nothing else. I also accidentally blew the fuse for the lid switch. Any suggestions on my next step ?
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Hi guys,

OK I have some good news! I did order the control board and I do have the broiler working. The broiler is useless to me its never, ever used.

Is it possible to take the new ignitor presently connected to the broiler and use it for the oven instead?

Then pull the 'broil wire' from the control panel so there is no chance of it engaging. As well, take a ceramic wire nut and close the broiler wires.

Install new broiler ignitor in the oven.... Test.... and if it works, my pops can continue to use the oven hassle free?

This scenario would save him money so he does not have to purchase another ignitor. I would imagine if there is no chance of the broiler lighting its just like an oven working and not the broiler.

Cheers guys!  :cheers:

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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / Re: ge pds22mfsaww bottom mount not defrosting
« Last post by dab147315 on February 10, 2016, 12:22:42 PM »
Should be able to use this.  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-i5KqMA2RZwQklTZzFORlliYW8/view?usp=sharing
Also uses the most common board.Part# WR55X10942  Attack it the same way as any G.E that uses that board
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / ge pds22mfsaww bottom mount not defrosting
« Last post by haroldshell on February 10, 2016, 12:08:45 PM »
hopefully someone has a tech sheet or service manual, unit frosted up, the board was very warm? have customer defrosting so i can get into freezer and check. thanks.
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Dryer Repair / Re: ge m#dbxr463ed1ww heater cycles off at 145 degrees.
« Last post by dab147315 on February 10, 2016, 11:18:11 AM »
How did you make out on this dryer?
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Washer Repair / Re: Lost Ring in Whirlpool Washing Machine
« Last post by sghead on February 10, 2016, 10:23:23 AM »
Just for the heck of it, if a through search of the washer is a
total bust, I would check out your dryer. I do mean thoroughly
taking it apart! I have found all kinds of goodies in dryers;
money (coin & paper), jewelry, id's, credit cards, driver licenses, bobby pins, small screws, bolts, washers, Lego's even small bags of weed...

The thing is if the drum seals are a little worn, small stuff will
slide right through and build up on the floor of the dryer.

A few years ago the company that I worked for was removing
some old commercial washers & dryers from an apartment building. One of 30 year old Whirlpool gas dryers seemed a little bit heavier than the others, since they were all destined for the local scrap yard, I took the ancient Whirlpool apart and found $57.49 in change in the dryer. The change was from the
1960's into the 2000's. There were some old bus tokens too.

One other time I found an old pocket watch (the crystal was very badly damaged). And I also once found a $20.00 bill when cleaning out the lint trap in an old Maytag dryer.

Over the years I have considered old dryers like "treasure chests". Better than a box of chocolates, better prizes than
a cereal box....

I see that you found your ring! Good job, but I could not resist
sharing my "treasure chest" story.   



Well that's good to know what treasures lurk in old machines!

I had actually considered this when I took the agitator out because I noticed how clean and empty it was under there (with the obvious exception of my ring!). When I saw this, I thought how it was a shame that our washer and dryer were replaced maybe 3 months earlier because I probably would have found some goodies! And now with your story, I know it to be true!  O0
BUT since my only goal was finding the expensive (for a man at least) wedding ring, I guess I'm glad I had a brand new machine to take apart. I imagine bolts and screws are easier to remove when they aren't 25 years old!  ;D
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Tools, Equipment & Other Products / Re: Looking to buy a 1/4 inch socket set.
« Last post by TeamAppliance on February 10, 2016, 09:56:17 AM »
I picked up a kobalt go through set at Lowes on sale for 19.99 which I have been happy with. Come with extension. Been good for 99% of my work when I require sockets.
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Washer Repair / Re: Washer won't spin
« Last post by Blaiser on February 10, 2016, 07:40:06 AM »
Was it Rusted? It had to stick somehow. Reason I'm asking is because you might have a hard braking that will literally JOLT the Washer when Brake is Activated and I've seen cracked outer tubs due to hard braking and also washer machines that will move 1" to 3" when the tub stops suddenly from rusted or pitted brake drums. (Literally moving and walking across the floor). If pitted I use fine sandpaper/wire wheel to buff and remove rust/pit and even apply a very thin application of grease so that the drum skids to a stop instead of a JOLT. Keep an eye out for a small leak if one develops you may have a small crack in the outside tub at bottom.
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