I went out on a service call for a refrigerator not cooling properly in the fresh food section, the freezer section was just barely keeping items frozen.
I heard the compressor running but when I opened the freezer door the freezer(evaporator) fan was not running. I unplugged the refrigerator and then removed the back panel inside the freezer, then removed the electrical connector to the freezer fan and put my meter probes in it, and plugged the refrigerator back in and my meter read 120 volts.
So I was getting 120 volts at the freezer fan motor but it was not running. I ordered a new one and came back and replaced the freezer fan motor and it started running full blast.
Also I de-iced the air duct that channels cold freezer air into the fresh food section, as condensation had formed in there and turned to ice, after the freezer fan went out, weeks before the customer called me to fix it.
Here’s the freezer(evaporator) fan motor for this model:
Evaporator Fan Motor 242077705
Gibson is in the Frigidaire group of appliances.
The customers complaint was it was not heating constantly through the entire drying cycle. The gas would fire at the beginning of the drying cycle, but as the cycle progressed you could hear the gas coils clicking but no gas was coming out to fire it up for the flame to ignite, thus the rest of the drying cycle there was no heat at all.
The most common part that causes this on gas dryers is the gas coils become weak, and they have to be replaced with new gas coils to solve this problem.
Here are the gas coils for this model:
5303931775 Dryer Gas Valve Coil Kit
There is a video that shows you how to replace them when you click the part link to the Gas Coils.
2008 GSS23WGTAWW GE Refrigerator: Not coming on at times. I went out and the customer said when it cycled off it would not come back on at times, and other times it would.
I ordered the motherboard and replaced it and it fixed it, I called the customer back the next day and he said it was working just like new again.
Here’s the motherboard(main control board) for this model:
WR55X10942P Main Control Board
Went out to a service call on this refrigerator and it was not cooling, the compressor wasn’t running but the condenser fan motor was running. I unplugged the refrigerator, then removed the compressor start device relay and ohm tested it, my meter didn’t read any ohms on it, so it was bad. Normal would be between 3-12 ohms if it was good.
I then plugged the refrigerator in and took a voltage reading at the electrical connector that connects to the compressor start relay and it read 124 volts AC, so it was getting the correct voltage to it. I had a new compressor start relay in my truck and installed it and the compressor fired right up, and started cooling.
Here’s the compressor start device relay for this model:
WPW10197428 Compressor Start Device
When I arrived it was running very loud, like rocks were in it, rattling very bad. I took the dryer apart, and found the Idler Pulley was wobbling on the Idler Pulley shaft.
There is a video that shows you how to take the dryer apart to replace the Idler Pulley when you click the Idler Pulley part link below. Make sure you ALWAYS unplug the dryer first before working on it.
Here’s the Idler Pulley for this model:
I arrived at the customers house and the start button wouldn’t push in properly to make the washer start a cycle.
I replaced the control board and that fixed it! The start button is integrated into the control board.
Here’s the control board for this model:
WH12X10525 Board Asm Mounted
There is a video that shows you how to get into the control panel to replace it here: GE Top-Load Washer Disassembly