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The ambient temperature has a big effect on your...

The ambient temperature has a big effect on your refrigerator. Frigidaire makes a kit to use (heater for thermostat). :)
01-22-09, 07:41 AM
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:) You probably need to purchase and install a...

:) You probably need to purchase and install a new ignitor. I would suggest that you inspect your ignitor closely for cracks. Make sure you do not touch the ignitor with your bare hands as the oils...
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Here is your control at Appliance Parts Pros.com...

Here is your control at Appliance Parts Pros.com Discount Appliance Parts Appliance Repair Parts (http://www.appliancepartspros.com)


Controller

Part Number: AP3583606 made by WCI
Our...
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Parts & Accessories | Shop & Find Lawn & Garden,...

Parts & Accessories | Shop & Find Lawn & Garden, Appliance Parts at Sears PartsDirect | SearsPartsDirect.com (http://www.searspartsdirect.com)
:confused: That part number is a GE part. :eek:
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You are not maintaining proper freezer...

You are not maintaining proper freezer temperature (-5* to 10*).
Make sure your condenser is clean and you have no frost build-up on your evaporator. :)
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:) The relay you described is a "Current" relay....

:) The relay you described is a "Current" relay. When shaking it, it should make noise (contacts). To test it put the leads of a multi-meter into the two holes. With the meter set for ohms, turn the...
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:( After checking the tech sheet for that model,...

:( After checking the tech sheet for that model, if the control board is bad you will have to replace it.
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Question is this direct wired, or is there a...

Question is this direct wired, or is there a plug/cord set up.
In either case remove the rear access panel and confirm that you have 220V. between the two power connections (BLACK) and (RED).
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This model of Kenmore built by GE has a problem...

This model of Kenmore built by GE has a problem with the internal mounts breaking and yes this can cause problems maintaining proper temperature. :(
If under five years old, contact Sears for...
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:) Here is your control : Part Advantage :: Part...

:) Here is your control : Part Advantage :: Part Search (http://www.partadvantage.com/store/partlist/fa/FEB24S5ASC/ALL/Qw_fRWoU/1749)
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:wall: As indicated on the schematic the Thermal...

:wall: As indicated on the schematic the Thermal Circuit Breaker. No mention of a thermal fuse. :eek:
The tech sheet from Frigidaire mentions about replacing the electronic oven control. Seems it...
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Found a schematic for your oven. It indicates a...

Found a schematic for your oven. It indicates a thermal breaker. This may need to be reset.
Here is the diagram: ftp://ftp.electrolux-na.com/ProdInfo_PDF/Lassomption/318046219.pdf :)
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:coffee: With a voltmeter, carefully remove the...

:coffee: With a voltmeter, carefully remove the elements and test for voltage where they plug in. If no power turn the breakers of and then back on again.
If power check the elements for continuity....
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The BROWN goes to the water inlet-valve. BLACK is...

The BROWN goes to the water inlet-valve. BLACK is power the WHITE is neutral the GREEN is groundl
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Check your circuit breaker. Digital display and...

Check your circuit breaker. Digital display and clock use 120V. Elements use 220V. :)
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:) True $50 for a new one is not a bad price,...

:) True $50 for a new one is not a bad price, however 4 years old is not exactly an antique.
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The poster stated that the 3-n-1 burns up which...

The poster stated that the 3-n-1 burns up which is a definite indicates a voltage problem. The NEC (National Electrical Code) requires that refrigerators be on a dedicated circuit wired with 12/3...
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:coffee: Grab a cup and follow this: Remove...

:coffee: Grab a cup and follow this:
Remove back cover after unplugging and you will see the terminal block the cord is connected to. Use either a nut driver, open-end wrench,or adjustable wrench,...
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Highly agree. But till he does, clean it for a...

Highly agree. But till he does, clean it for a temp repair.
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No I don't think you will blow anything up. Just...

No I don't think you will blow anything up. Just clean the spades and spray a little WD-40. Old trick, dry the receptacle with a hair dryer. :)
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You have a condition known as water hammer. You...

You have a condition known as water hammer. You can have a plumber install cushion devices to eliminate the problem. :)
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:) If you are getting a reading of 3/4 of the...

:) If you are getting a reading of 3/4 of the scale, you need to adjust the"Zero adjustment" on the OHMMETER.
Also one of the misconceptions of testing heater coils with an ohm meter. A continuity...
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The reason this happens is due to moisture. You...

The reason this happens is due to moisture. You are removing moisture when drying clothes and this gets into the air surrounding it. With a replacement power cord, spray the prongs with WD-40. :)
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The giveaway is you had trouble with the ice...

The giveaway is you had trouble with the ice maker making ice. The Freezer must be below 12*F. for the ice maker to properly work. Sounds like a system problem.
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They can tell the age of the unit by the serial...

They can tell the age of the unit by the serial number.
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