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 Posted: Sat Feb 14th, 2009 05:15 pm
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 I did a previous post on a frigidaire freezer that the user intrface was indicating C.E. The service manual  5995482584...tells you to 1) check the connectors in the wiring between the user interface and electronic module.. Is the wiring the problem? Yes or No... It then tells you to swap parts...the interface  then the electronic module...If neather swap repairs the problem, replace the door... Sears sells the door panel for $150.00 yankee dollars You have to replace all of the old door parts on the new panel......AND you will have the same problem down the road...... At the lower hinge, where the wire harness goes in thru the hinge to the user interface..... At assembly, they install a zip-tie at that point, in the hinge hole..At that point the four wires get pinched and after multiple open/close cycles, it cuts one of the wires...Resulting in code C.E.  This is the second unit I have worked on..

 

door removed with 1/4" copper tubing pushin, from the lower hinge to the opening of the user-interface....

                          five tries later, eureke

 

the work area...

 

new wire haress attached to the copper tubing...

 

new wire harness pulled thru to the user-intrface opening.....

The wires soldered and heat shrinked, lower hinge..

 

The job almost done......

the same wire connections are also at the user-interface using the old connectors and as much of the old wires I could salvage......This was done at the church in town, They store donated food stuff for their weekly free meals, they did not have enough money to buy a new door, so I tried this procedure on this unit and it worked..........:party: Excuss my word and picture placement, I working on it....



just needed a few C/R carriage returns

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Hello, my picturesque friend. Let me be the first to express admiration for your craftsmanship and ingenuity. Reading your post and seeing the pictures, I felt as though I was beside you in the heat of battle. It reminded me of my younger days when I was a wee lad, barely off my mother's teat, and I joined the Mujahideen to fight the infidel Soviet invaders. There I was, in the elite Appliance Repair Corps, repairing refrigerators and washing machines (those were the only two types of appliances we ever had-- never needed the others) while bombs exploded all around... yes, far to the north of the shop, it is true, but we still heard them... if we listened carefully. We could never get replacement parts and so were always having to employ unorthodox repair techniques. Ahh, yes, good times, good times. Thank you for the memories, my friend.



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Nice work, CTG! Great photos, too. Mucho domos for posting this. :thumbsup:



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