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I've removed the motors pod, which is quite straightforward, and found that the motherboard has four solenoids on it, one for each direction of the two motors. They spark inside (seen through their opaque plastic covers) and only work intermittently. They need changing or I need a new motherboard. Unfortunately they're soldered in. I can't find any company who list the motherboard as a spare part. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks. BRS
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MOTHERBOARD REPAIR
First off, is the motherboard actually the problem? If your motherboard has failed, the screen may come on and you may have some sort of raster (brightness) but thats as far as you get. Power supply failure is (in my experience) more common than mother board failures (usually) and may exhibit the same symtoms. Also a bad battery on the motherboard will cause funky things to happen on boot. (clock not right/failure to recgonize hard drives, etc). If you are certain a motherboard is a fault you should replace it ( unless you are VERY fluent in soldering/desoldering surface mounted components and component level repair and have a solid understaning of digital and D.C. circuits) More often than not, replacing the entier motherboard is cheaper and less of a hassle.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: Corning cooktop burner outage
The cooktop has to be examined for failure of the element or the switch. Some of the switches & some of the elements are still around. Have the elements checked for continunity. You will have to take it out of the counter and take the unit apart to do this.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
SOURCE: How to replace Ice Door Solenoid
I got help from repairclinic.com , and didn't see any reference to a solenoid. I fixed my GE fridge, its model is #TFX27FJB,,,,Free!!!! The replacement part would have cost 46.60.
On inside of freezer door, behind ice dispenser, there is a panel about 7x9
(plastic) that you can gently pull the tabs free and remove the panel. You will see the mechanical stuff. There are 2 gear like (pulleys) that are in the center area,supposed to be connected by a part that is about 3-5 inches long , like a small wire cable with hook type ends, think it's called "lanyard cable" , mine was broken, so I patched it with some scrap wire,,,one end hooked to one pulley and the other to other pulley(gear). When my ice door quit closing after getting ice,this cable had broken, What I did was find a small wire, to fix the break,, using as much of the original cable as possible, make sure that total length is same as original. Hook one end to one pulley and wrap it around it, it has to be wrapped a certain way, I can't remember counter-clock wise or vise-verso, till it will take up all slack, and just reach and hook to the other. I think it is a spring that opens door, and then the gears turn to close it, that is why it has to be wrapped with no slack.
It cost nothing and it works great now,, the repairclinic.com will show you specs so you can see what you are doing.
I didn't want my food to thaw, so I had a large piece of Styrofoam that I cut to fit in door jam, to keep food safe.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
SOURCE: Coleman 5640 cooler
The cover on the inside just pulls off. Inside/Outside fans pull off. 2 screws to dismount motor. Unscrew leads to terminal. Most truckstops carry the motor, otherwise search for Colman 5640.
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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