Question about Dishwashers
Posted by Anonymous on
Check the condenser fan. #1 problem with refrigerators. It is in the rear, low, behind the lovely cardboard panels. Try not to tear the cardboard. Duct tape will patch it, if you do.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
might have a defrost problem check to see if it is building up with on the back panel if it is you need a defrost timer or limiter or heater or fan
Posted on Aug 29, 2007
I had the same problem... the lock on light was blinking continuously. The solution required disassembling the door to get to the control panel electronic board. You'll notice a flat transparent cable coming out of one end, twisting under the board and going into the door panel. In the middle of the door, there's a number of wires taped together that curled over the flat cable. Look for any black tape residue on the flat cable, which seemed to be causing a short circuit and confusing the electronics. After carefully removing the tape residue from the flat cable, the problem went away.
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Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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Condensation only ever happens if the door is left open for a long period. - The warm ambient air condenses on anything cold - like the food in there.
Because of convection, the door need only be open 1/4" to be affected. Quite often a bag pushes the door open a little.
Check all door seals for splits - clean them.
Make sure nothing is touching the back cooling plate, and it should be fine from there.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
My fault it is just a freezer. I was thinking a refrigerator. Can you look at the condenser coils they might be under the unit or on the back. Some units have them underneath and are very hard to clean. So look at the coils under the unit and see if there is a lot of dust bunny's on them. Get back with me and let me know.+
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Get under the sink and pull the plug. Let it sit for a half an hour or so. While you wait make sure all the drain screens etc. are clean. Usually unplugging will reset board. Kind of like a reboot on a computer. I hope this works usually does if something else major isn't wrong.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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