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Any appliance repair experts out there?

Post in 'DIY and General non-hearth advice' started by hemlock, Jul 26, 2011.

  1. woodgeek

    woodgeek Minister of Fire

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    If you google the part number on the SSR, you can prob get the data sheet that tells you what the input pins are....but I trust blujacket's real world exp.

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  2. blujacket

    blujacket Minister of Fire

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    That or closed. I work for an appliance parts company. Electrolux seems to have more problems than others for some reason.
  3. oldspark

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    SSR's dont "stick" but a convential one can and will, not sure how easy this board is to get to but it will have a control side and a power side that can be checked with a volt meter. Alot of times those circuit boards are marked as to what is what.
  4. hemlock

    hemlock Feeling the Heat

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    Hello again,
    I got my new circuit board, and noticed that it is slightly different than the one I removed. The major difference seem to be the "common" relay is different. The terminals are beside the relaydirectly on the PCB, rather than directly on the relay itself. Is this just an different revision of the same board? Everything else looks the same (the "bake" and "broil" relays are Tyco rather than Omron as well, but the voltages are the same). Should it still work? I hope so, becuase the seller will not let me return it or warranty it because I'm not a "tech" as he put it.
  5. blujacket

    blujacket Minister of Fire

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    Replacement parts are usually different and better. I'll look it up for you, what is the model# of your range?
  6. hemlock

    hemlock Feeling the Heat

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    Hello,

    The model# on the door is C970-445626, and the serial# is NF32313943. The part number of the board is 318185400, which I was told was discontinued. Thanks.
  7. blujacket

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    318185400 is the right part#.. Electrolux has discontinued the part
  8. hemlock

    hemlock Feeling the Heat

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    Thanks. I'll put it in when I get home and give it a try.

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