October 5th, 2008, 12:58 PM
Frigidaire Wont Complete cycle
I have a Frigidaire Galleria Series D/W (Model# GLD3450RDB0), It had "PF" on the Display, so i turned the breaker off for about ten minutes. Turned it back on ran fine for half the Cycle then gave me "ER" on the panel, After reading on here for a week, I decided to replace my Control Board as the Symtoms seemed the same.
The new control Board worked for half the cycle then it had new symtoms all of the lights started flashing on the display, E-mailed AppliancePartsPros.com they gladly sent me a new board with no fuss what so ever (best customer service I have ever got).
Got the new board a few days ago Installed it, it worked for about 3/4 of the cycle then all the lights started flashing. Clear did nothing so i killed the Breaker, turned back on and it wouldnt even drain,
Put the "old new" board back in and it drained.
needless to say 2 Control Boards later still having problems
Last edited by Dandrews2; October 5th, 2008 at 01:01 PM.
Reason: Forgot to list Model#
October 5th, 2008, 08:18 PM
Hmmm, this is rather uncommon, You may have to do a process of elimination on this issue.
I remember a few years ago, a Frigidaire model like this was doing the exact same thing, I had to change the switch and keypad display assembly, and that fixed it.
The good thing is when you order parts from our links here, you can return any part(even if you installed it and it didn't fix it), for a full refund within 30 days.
Here's the switch assembly for your model you can order:
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Here's the keypad display kit for your model you can order:
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