Do you have a video for a GE refrigerator on top with freezer on the bottom to replace the temperature sensor?
Or could you send me info on how to do it. I have the new sensor and my tools ready. Everyone does a side by side that doesn't help me.
There really is not much difference with the change out of the thermistor between a bottom freezer and a side by side. The big difference is how to access the parts. To access the sensor you would need to remove the door from the unit and the baskets. The door is normally held in by 2 screws, one on each side, on the rail, lift the drawer out and remove the baskets in the unit. If the sensor is behind the rear wall then remove the rear wall and sensor will be accessible.
Hi. I have a HE GSH25JFTA refrigerator. I need to replace the thermisters. Looks like I need WR55X10025, but I would like to confirm that is the correct part for the model and if there is a total of three for the appliance. Your customer service rep says two total, your video shows three total, and a customer review on the parts page refers to replacing four. Can you help me with that?
Answer Chris, there are two temp sensors in the freezer and two in the refrigerator section. If you view the Freezer Section, item number 241 and 243 are the temp sensors for those diagrams and on the Fresh Food Section and the Fresh Food Shelves section item number 242 is the temp sensor on those diagrams. This should help give you a brief idea of where they are located at. We do apologize for any confusion. Thanks.
I have a Kenmore HE2 front load washer and getting an F11 error code. A service technician came to my house verified the machine and told me that the problem was the MCU that it had to be replaced. Just received the MCU part and replaced it with the same result. Help please.
Answer Hello Ivan,
As per the tech sheet:
F11 - MOTOR CONTROL UNIT ERROR: The Motor Control Unit has internal failure; repeating under or over voltage, or over current conditions. If failure occurs during high-speed spin the door unlocks after 3 minutes. Possible Causes/Procedure: 1. Unplug washer or disconnect power. 2. Check wire harness connections between the drive motor and the Motor Control Unit (MCU), and between the MCU and the Central Control Unit (CCU). Check the motor and do a continuity test. 3. Plug in washer or reconnect power. 4. Check the MCU by looking for operations of the drive motor. 5. Check the drive motor for powered rotations. 6. If the tub never moves, Replace MCU board W10163007. If the tub does turn, replace the CCU W10525353.
Not Cooling at all. Just plain died on me.
Now, this refrigerator did pulled this same stunt about six months ago and came back and worked fine. I really wonder if this is a controls problem, rather than the sealed system. So I took some measurements and here is what I found so far.
Compressor seems to be vibrating very "quietly", as though it is not getting enough umphhh.
This Refrigerator apparently uses a compressor with a three-phase motor that is powered via an inverter (mounted on motor). And the inverter is signaled by the Main Board.
The Compressor has three pins, all of which show resistance of about 6.2 ohms, pin to pin any combination.
The Refrigerator fans and lights all seem to run fine.
When on, my fluke multimeter measures about 100V on the top two pins of the compressor. No way in hell to get to the other two pins when assembled.
The two "Power Input" pins on the inverter have 120 VAC, but the two pins for the control of the inverter (these two wires go to main board) have a pulsing voltage, roughly once per second, don't know what the hell that is all about.
The inverter has a label that says it is 120V input single phase, 230 V output three phase, variable frequency. I am guessing it is telling the compressor to mess around at lowest speed or something like that. Pet theory, but even if correct, is it the main board, or something lieing to the main board? Ought to be a way to trouble shoot this, but alas, I am stuck.
With the compressor running, if the fans are also running but the unit not cooling at all you will want to check the frost pattern on the evaporator coils. If the coils have a frost pattern that is just barely there or on a couple of the coils then the issue would be a sealed system issue. If the coils have a nice even frost pattern from top to bottom then the issue is with air movement. If the coils are impacted with ice then you will want to test the defrost limiter and heater for continuity and check the resistance of the defrost sensor. If the heater or limiter do not have continuity then it is bad and would need to be replaced. If they check ok and the resistance of the sensor checks bad then replace the sensor and if all 3 check ok then the control board is faulty and would need to be replaced.
The refrigerator is acting like a freezer, Changed the temperature sensor in the back of the freezer, changed the window between the freezer and refrigerator, changed the control panel in the refrigerator...... which of the three sensors control the window that I mentioned above..
If you replaced the damper on the upper left rear of the refrigerator compartment then the issue would be the main control board. The damper comes with the sensor that operates it. If the damper door is broken then it will cause this issue or if the thermistor is faulty it will cause the issue.