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Thermistor looking for a thermistor part number or equal for RCA F36685# on circuit is RT14201

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Go to the partstore.com and get the phone # as they dont list it online but they will find it for you.

Posted on Apr 23, 2006

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You could call the partstore at 1-866-925-PART (7278) and tell them what you need and they will find it for you.

Posted on Apr 23, 2006

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Dehumidifier Thermistor


there is NOT...

By your model number...
I bounce off of a lot of other (subsequent models (I presume))...

But your model does NOT resolve to any serious parts
USA domestic suppliers... not even good drawings!!

I tried appliancepartspros, easyapplianceparts, repairclinic, partsselect & searspartsdirect.com

Got spanked pretty good... Looked at related circuit boards... but none had any significant detail to determine a THERMISTER
FROM... Do not match

Time to get the ACTUAL NUMBERS OFF OF your thermistor...
and go to electronic houses... eBay, grainger... even RadioShack

In my humbled opinion...

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Jun 03, 2016 | Frigidaire FAD504DUD Dehumidifier

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What is a thermistor


A thermistor is a component whose
resistance changes when its temperature changes.
A thermistor is a special type of resistor whose
resistance decreases as its temperature increases.

A plot of resistance against temperature for
a thermistor is shown above. The plot is unusual
because it shows that a bigger current will flow
at a higher temperature. For most components, the
resistance increases as the temperature increases
and a smaller current flows at a higher temperature.
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What is a Thermistor used for?
A thermistor can be used in a circuit to detect a
temperature change. For example, a thermistor may
be used to keep a freezer at the right temperature.
A circuit with a thermistor in it can switch the freezer on if the temperature gets too high and switch the freezer
off again when the correct low temperature is reached.
A thermistor can also be used to trigger a fire alarm. Thermistor are used in all Temperature controlled device and Motors to cut off
circuit when temperature rises over a certain limit to cut off power or trigger another circuit.

Mar 22, 2015 | Dryers

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F25 error code


Having an error code on your appliance can be an inconvenience and I know how important it is to have a good working dryer.

The "F25" indicates the INLET THERMISTOR is shorted or the INLET THERMISTOR circuit is shorted. If you replaced the inlet thermistor and control board then it may have bad inlet thermistor circuit. You should disconnect the thermistor circuit connections at the thermistor and control board and test the thermistor circuit for continuity. Check the circuit to see it happens to be open or shorted with an ohm meter.

The inlet thermistor is located on the side of the heating element housing is a thermistor and high limit combination. The part number is 8557403. The inlet thermistor portion of the thermistor/high limit will have two solid red wires connected to it. It could have faulty new thermistor or it could have an open or shorted thermistor circuit or a faulty control board. The thermistor can be checked with and ohm meter. Disconnect the two red wires and place the ohm meter leads across the two terminals. At room temperature it should measure approximately 50k ohms of resistance. If it measures 50 k, then it should be reconnected and then the sensor circuit disconnected from the control board and retested at the harness wires to see if you get the same measurement reading. If it does measure the same, and it continues to display F25, it could have a faulty control board.

What is your model number?

Oct 16, 2012 | Kenmore Dryers

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It shuts off and blinks 11


AHX18MEV
4 - 12
[8] SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION
1. Indoor unit
(AH-X18MEV, AH-X18MEV-1, AH-X24MEV, AH-X24MEV-1)
To display the self-diagnosis, hold down the AUX button for over 5 seconds on the indoor unit when the indoor unit is not operating.
• The operation lamp (red), timer lamp (orange) and Super jet lamp lighter) flash to indicate the information of malfunction.
(Display of self-diagnosis result)
The operation lamp (red) and the Super jet lamp (green) flash in synchronization with the timer lamp (orange).
(AH-XP18MV, AH-XP18MV-1, AH-XP24MV, AH-XP24MV-1)
To display the self-diagnosis, hold down the AUX button for over 5 seconds on the indoor unit when the indoor unit is not operating.
• The POWER CONSUMPTION indicator indicates the information of malfunction by showing the main category error (number) and the sub-category
error (-number) alternately in 1-second intervals.
Example: Compressor high-temperature error
Remark

3. CHART
<INDOOR UNIT> ?:1-second ON / 1-second OFF
Problem
symptom
Outdoor
unit indication
(LED1)
Indoor unit Malfunction
No.
Content of diagnosis Check point Action
Lamp Main Sub Main Sub
Normal
condition
Normal
blinking
? ? ? ? ? Timer (Orange) 0 0 Normal
Operation (Red)
Super Jet (Green)
Indoor and
outdoor
units do not
operate.
1-time ? ? ? ? ? Timer (Orange) 1 0 Outdoor unit
thermistor
short-circuit
Heat exchanger
thermistor short
circuit error
(1) Measure the resistance
of the outdoor
unit
thermistors.
(1) Replace the outdoor
unit thermistor
assembly.
? Operation (Red)
Super Jet (Green)
? ? ? ? ? Timer (Orange) 1 Outdoor temperature
thermistor
short circuit error
(2) Check the lead wire
of the outdoor unit
thermistor for torn
sheath and shortcircuit.
(2) Replace the outdoor
unit thermistor
assembly.
? Operation (Red)
? Super Jet (Green)
? ? ? ? ? Timer (Orange) 2 Suction thermistor
short circuit
error
(3) No abnormality
found in above
inspections (1) and
(2).
(3) Replace the outdoor
unit control
PWB assembly.
? Operation (Red)
? Super Jet (Green)
? ? ? ? ? Timer (Orange) 3 2-way valve
thermistor short
circuit error
? Operation (Red)
? ? Super Jet (Green)
LED1
AU-X24MV, AU-X24MEV
AU-X18MV, AU-X18MEV
LED1

May 27, 2012 | Sharp Heating & Cooling

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Errorcode EE in display. Whats wrong?


E1 - Freezer thermistor open circuit.
E2 - Freezer thermistor short circuit.
E3 - Fridge thermistor open circuit.
E4 - Fridge thermistor short circuit.
E7 - Evaporator thermistor open circuit.
E8 - Evaporator thermistor short circuit.
E9 - Temperature set switch open circuit
EA - No feedback from Baffle
EB - Fridge Baffle motor operating continuously
EE - Defrost time out

This was the only code listing with an EE error code - which is a Hotpoint - so if your's isn't a Hotpoint it is probably incorrect.

If you do have a Hotpoint Refrigerator then either the defrost timer is not functioning correctly or your heater element is malfunctioning.

Jun 20, 2011 | Refrigerators

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Need diagram on the location of fuser thermistor open circuit connections.


look the first thermistor is beside fuser pluge and further is number 2 ok i hope i help yo

Dec 18, 2010 | Ricoh Aficio 450 Copier

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F04


Hello,

Welcome to FixYa.

I can tell you on the Asko machines the "F4" indicates an error related to the thermistor.

Whether the thermistor is actually at fault is another matter. It may be a faulty wire connection, the thermistor has become dislodged from the bracket mounting it to the tub or yes indeed the thermistor may be at fault.

The remedy differs depending model number, but this is the most common for the modern machines, i.e. last 7-10yrs. Provide your model number to be specific to your washer.
Here`s what to look for and what it does...

THERMISTOR
Part no. : 80 616 63
Resistance: 40-60K ohms
Room temperature: 68°-86° F (20-30° C)

The thermistor ( for temperature measurement ) is
located between the motor cradle and the holder.

The thermistor measures and controls the water temperature via a heating element. In the event of errors the heater is switched off and F4 displays if the thermistor short-circuits or is disconnected from the program control board or programmer.

**unplug the unit from the dryer or wall whichever applies to your situation...safety first**

If you are capable, remove the rear panel and top panel to ohm out the thermistor to verify if it is within` the values I provided...or perhaps it has dislodged from it`s position as I alluded to.

In the event you need a thermistor and you feel you can replace it yourself I`ll show you how...I do recommend calling in an authorized Asko service provider.

CHANGING THE THERMISTOR

1. Remove the top cover as mentioned
2. Remove the rear panel as mentioned
3. Remove the thermistor by pulling it out to the left.
4. Remove the thermistor header connector from the program control board.
5. Install the new thermistor by threading it through the hole between the cradle and holder.
6. Connect the thermistor to the program control board.
7. Replace the rear panel.
8. Replace the top cover. (Don't forget the two
star washers for the outer screws.)
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Hope this helps move you forward or at least gives you an idea of what needs to be looked at.

Let me know if you require further assistance or this is not clear I can post pictures/illustrations. Thanks for choosing FixYa today.

Good luck.

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Macmarkus :)

Nov 10, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Blows fuse


You may want to check the regulator IC. RCA had a lot of shorted regs

Nov 07, 2008 | Televison & Video

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