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Dab,

Thank you so much sir. Much appreciated!! Have a blessed day!!

Aaron
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here you go.
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Hey guys,

Hope the new year is finding you well! Looking for tech sheet or service manual for KFXS25RYWH2 French Door. Want to make sure that all sensors are correct and that nothing got changed in operation by customer or previous technician. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for everything!!

Aaron
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Fan runs fine in test mode, FF thermistor ohms out good, no ice built up, door switches good.  Fan turns on for a few seconds then stops.  Customer says it won't come back on.  Anyone else having this problem? I'm thinking a new board.
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Dryer Repair / Tumbler balance with missing baffle
« Last post by Thorning on January 17, 2018, 07:11:24 AM »
In the last several months I have worked on a few dryers mostly older Maytag units that had a baffle loose or missing completely from the inside of the tumbler drum. Although these baffles are fairly light since they are made from plastic the drum does experience some imbalance if a baffle is missing especially when rotating a load of heavy wet clothes. If a dryer is run without one of the baffles it adds to the unbalanced load on the drum support rollers or the glides. These will wear out faster or a thumping noise will be heard when the drum is turning. Also a missing baffle will likely result in the clothes taking a longer time to dry as they are not tumbled but rather they are merely rotating with the drum. When I find this problem I use Loctite on the screws when I replace the baffle.  Also of interest if you take a baffle off is the tendency of the lint to form small spherical balls down in the inside of the baffle !!
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Refrigerator & Freezer Repair / LG refer LFXS30726S/02 Frost on top of FF evap
« Last post by bud on January 16, 2018, 08:50:15 PM »
Enough frost has built up on the top of the fresh food evap to get into the fan blade and stop the fan motor.
I plan on replacing the foam seal around the duct.
Anything else I should look for or replace?
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Dryer Repair / GE GFDN110EL0WW Dryer test mode sequence
« Last post by olyteddy on January 16, 2018, 06:43:36 PM »
I have a GE GFDN110EL0WW (4-2012 date) that I'd like to run the diagnostics on. I have the 31-16881 mini manual that says "Press and hold the "signal" and "Lock" buttons for 3 seconds to enter service mode. No joy. As you can see by the picture "Signal" and "Lock" are the same button. Is there a different mini manual for it? Maybe a full manual? TIA
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Washer Repair / LG washer help
« Last post by tkerwinjr on January 16, 2018, 11:51:01 AM »
M# WT5101HV i just changed out the clutch/bearing assembly. tested when i was finished ran good, and then today they called back and said its making noise again and had shavings of plastic inside . so i went back out to look at it and somehow the top of the inner tub shaved down the tub ring a bit. then i noticed the wash plate is grinding now also. anyone run in to this? any ideals please...
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No I has it on my own drive.
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Dryer Repair / Re: Maytag older dryer DE410.
« Last post by Thorning on January 16, 2018, 08:15:41 AM »
When I get an older dryer with a bad motor I usually salvage the usable parts such as timers,etc. The timers on these still in good working condition are indeed getting harder to find. I have several of these and will make them available to anyone who needs one and is willing to pay the postage and packing from my location with zip code 61571. I would need to see a picture of yours to see if one of mine will fit . I live near Peoria, Illinois.
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