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Offline CathyJ

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Frigidare Dehumidifier Circuit Board
« on: February 02, 2011, 07:19:02 PM »
Does any one know how to cross match and or where to get a circuit board for this Frigidaire FDL70S1 Dehumidifier?  The board has deteriorated or eroded on the back side.



Numbers on the board:
GRJ103-B  V2.0   2007.10.22
30561001
XSBD10301
AB080830
D10301V2

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Re: Frigidare Dehumidifier Circuit Board
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2011, 08:04:40 PM »
Looks like the capacitor on the far right bottom has a hole in the top of it. Might be an easy fix.
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Re: Frigidare Dehumidifier Circuit Board
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2011, 08:13:41 PM »

I found the number d10301v2 that you listed when I googled it. whttp://picclick.com/DEHUMIDIFIER-ELECTRONIC-CONTROL-FDF50S1-FDF70S1-370399071729.html.  is the link to it, someone has an appliance parts store on ebay and is selling them. or just google that part number because there was only 1 result.

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Re: Frigidare Dehumidifier Circuit Board
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2011, 08:38:51 PM »
Thank you for the link, I will check it out!  I think I checked every number except that one?


I found the number d10301v2 that you listed when I googled it. whttp://picclick.com/DEHUMIDIFIER-ELECTRONIC-CONTROL-FDF50S1-FDF70S1-370399071729.html.  is the link to it, someone has an appliance parts store on ebay and is selling them. or just google that part number because there was only 1 result.

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Re: Frigidare Dehumidifier Circuit Board
« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2011, 08:43:07 PM »
Looks like the capacitor on the far right bottom has a hole in the top of it. Might be an easy fix.


I will check that capacitor, you never know it was working until we had a short power outage.
But I think it may be the corrosion on the back side of the board.  It looks like the board is pretty much trashed?  It has always been stored inside???



Thanks to all of you for your help!


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Re: Frigidare Dehumidifier Circuit Board
« Reply #5 on: February 02, 2011, 08:59:33 PM »

I found the number d10301v2 that you listed when I googled it. whttp://picclick.com/DEHUMIDIFIER-ELECTRONIC-CONTROL-FDF50S1-FDF70S1-370399071729.html.  is the link to it, someone has an appliance parts store on ebay and is selling them. or just google that part number because there was only 1 result.

                        good luck
                         

It turns out that part is the one that I found previously on ebay.  The picture of it is quite a bit different than mine? 
This is the information from the seller on that board: 
grj103-b1 v1.0 2008.01.08 30563025 xsb d10301a
ac080429 d10301v2

control board has 4 switches, 7 green lights and 1 red.

Any thoughts, do you think it might work?



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Re: Frigidare Dehumidifier Circuit Board
« Reply #6 on: February 02, 2011, 09:36:36 PM »
I see 6 green lights and 5 switches on both. electronic boards change all the time. sometimes they will use a different manufacturer, use different components, or change the location of components. as long as the same plugs are there which it seems they are. you can also call frigidaire and ask them who the manufacturer is for that dehumidifier. 

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Re: Frigidare Dehumidifier Circuit Board
« Reply #7 on: February 02, 2011, 09:44:50 PM »
I tried calling Frigidaire, all I got was a recording.  I will hunt for a better number tomorrow.

The orginial board has 6 switches, 7 green lights and one red light.

The seller said the other board has the same number/color of lights, but they report that it has only 4 switches.  But it looked to me like there was at least five, and hopefully 6.

It is hard to tell with out some measurments if the lights and the number display will line up with the originials to be placed correctly under the cover?

They are supposed to get a better picture soon.

I am thinking it may be worth a try.  A new dehumidifier is not cheap.

 

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