Trash compactor would not stop
Daniel B. • Carmel, IN • January 27, 2015
Appliance: General Electric Compactor GCG1520F0BB
My Repair & Advice
I ordered the Switch Top Limit $ Dir.. I had to pull the unit out, unplug it, and remove 14 screws. All very easy to get to. The switch was behind the control panel. It was connected by 5 electric connectors, I puled them one at a time and connected to the new unit so as not to confuse the order. iT was relatively simple to repair and took me approximately 20 minutes. Unit works as good as new. I did lubricate(silicone spray) the drives as well and the unit is much quieter now as well.