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PSS26PSTASS


google that it was too small to hardly see!! but here is one they want paid for GE Profile Side by Side Refrigerator PSS26PSTASS Service Manual in PDF...

Apr 27, 2015 | Refrigerators

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Frigidaire freezer M# ffu17f5hwh, is there a recall on control board?


Hello friend, thanks for the post!

I see that the red light stays on and your Frigidaire freezer continues to beep. From what I have researched there is no recall on the control board of FFU17F5HWH. You could try resetting your appliance, which could be done by unplugging the power cord or flipping the household circuit breaker in the off position for ten minutes. Please comment back I would like to know if this information has been helpful. I look forward to your post. -Matt

Aug 06, 2014 | Frigidaire FFU17F5H Upright Freezer

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My wipers work when they want to don't always work when it's raining. Is there a recall on the windshield wiper motor for a 1997 Chevy Blazer?


I don't believe there is a recall but I've replaced a lot of the wiper control modules [glorified circuit board] on top of the wiper motor for similar problems. Something in the circuit board goes bad and causes the wipers to malfunction randomly. There are other things that can cause wipers not to work but I'd look there first

Jun 10, 2010 | 1997 Chevrolet Blazer

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2003 cts wipers will not shut off, do I just need to replace module ?


There was a recall for this issue. The problem is the circuit board would go bad right where the wire harness clips on to the boards causing a short. Best thing to do is go to the dealer and see if the recall is still covers your wiper logic board, but in the mean time. Pull the fuse to your wipers so there not on all the time. If it's not covered and your good with a solder gun, you can re-solder the clip back on the board or replace the logic board. You can pick it up at Auto Zone or any large auto parts store. Good luck and i believe it's still covered but the recall.

Nov 17, 2009 | 2003 Cadillac CTS

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The circuit board is making a clicking noise... I


Sounds like you have a GE side by side, replace the mother board. Common problem. Once you replace then check to make sure the evap fan is running and condenser fan are working.

Sep 30, 2009 | Refrigerators

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BRAKE LIGHTS..... A SHORT MAYBE?


FYI - there was a recall on the GMC Envoy tail light circuit boards back in 2004-05. I would suggest taking it to an authorized dealer and ask them about it. A lot of times these types of things are taken care of at no charge if it is/was a factory recall. It's a safety issue - they should take care of it.

May 19, 2009 | 2002 GMC Envoy

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My wipers only work on high


The fault in this circuit board is quite common and is attributed to bad
solder joints from either design error or manufacturing flaw. Symptoms
which indicate a bad circuit board include (but are not limited to): wipers
will not work or work intermittently; wipers stop working for no apparent
reason, maybe even in mid-stroke; wiper function is erratic, with no delay
feature, delay is the same regardless of setting, or no low- or high-speed
setting; wipers may start to work if you tap on the wiper module or move the
electrical connector.

You have a choice of either Repairing your existing circuit board yourself,
or Replacing it.

Replacement - You have at least three options available to you, depending on
your relationship with your dealer and how much of a stink you want to put
up.

1. Pay for the replacement part plus the labor to have the dealer install it
(~$50 for the part plus ? for labor. Most expensive, least work).
2. Pay for the replacement part and install it yourself (~$50 for the part,
your labor is free. Takes about 15 minutes.).
3. Have the part replaced under recall if applicable (Free, minus the time
your truck will be in the shop. Least expensive, most work.).
4. (Repair it yourself - Instructions below after Replacement)

Option #1 is very straightforward, just go down to your local dealer and
have him do the work and pay the bill when he is finished. You don't even
have to read any further.

Option #2 is also very straightforward. Have the parts department research
the correct part number for your model year circuit board, purchase the part
from them and install it. The wiper module is a small 2"x 4" black box
attatched somewhere near the top of the firewall on the driver's side. It
has the wiper motor mounted to it, and an electrical connector plugged into
the end. Remove the electrical connector first, and using a Torx (6-pointed
star) driver, remove the cover from the module. The circuit board sits
directly underneath the cover and will be coated with grease. Gently pry
the circuit board out of the module, do a little spring cleaning inside the
case and add a dab of grease to the drive gears if needed. Install the new
circuit board in the same manner as the old one was. Clean the inside of
the cover and reinstall with the same Torx head screws.

Option #3 gets a little involved. First you must find a recall notice for
your truck. Start by checking on the internet at http://www.nhtsa.gov and drill
down thru the links for recalls to determine if your truck is actually
listed (there are other sites to check as well). Just because your truck
may not be listed doesn't mean it's not under recall. It could easily
depend on how your truck is described. For example, a 1995 Chevrolet C1500
Pick-up could easily be listed as a C1500, 1500, 1500-3500, C-Series, C/K
Series, Chevrolet Truck, GM Truck, C10 (the old designation), etc. It would
pay to look under as many designations as you can think of before giving up.

If you find your truck as listed, so much the better. Print out a copy of
the recall and wave it at your dealer's service manager and they should fix
it No Questions Asked. If they still refuse, contact Chevrolet/GMC Customer
Assistance and/or the NHTSA's hotline (both are toll-free and listed on
their respective web sites).

If you do not find your truck specifically listed, all hope is not yet lost.
Search for the same truck under a different model year, or a substantially
similar vehicle which does have a recall (For example, the Chevy Blazer
shares the same wiper components as the Chevy S-10 and Astro, the GMC Jimmy,
Safari and Sonoma, the Olds Bravada, etc.). Print out a copy of the recall
for the other vehicle and go to your dealer's parts department. Have them
search for the part number of the circuit board for the recalled vehicle,
then for the part number for your truck. Odds are in your favor that they
will both be exactly the same. Hence, your wiper module is one of the
faulty ones being recalled and should be covered but your truck may have
been left off the recall list. Take this info to the service manager and
depending on how much he wants to keep you as a customer, he will find a way
to have the board replaced under the recall. If not, then you still have
options #1 and #2 above, or you could fix your existing board yourself.

Repair - You can easily repair your existing board if you know how to turn a
screwdriver and know which end of a soldering gun to hold. If you haven't
mastered either of these skills, then have someone else do the job for you.

Step 1 - Locate the wiper module and remove the circuit board as described
in Option #2 above. Be VERY careful removing the circuit board. Do not
crack, bend or break it or you're outta luck and will have to buy a new one.
The circuit board is approx. 2"x 4" and has two distinct sides. The top is
the side where all the components live, especially the large black socket
for the electrical connector (more on that later). The bottom is where all
the lead wires from the electrical components poke thru the board and are
soldered to the printed circuit. Carefully wipe the excess grease off the
board.

Step 2 - The fault in the board is caused by bad solder joints holding the
large socket onto the printed circuit. If the board itself is cracked or
broken, then you will have to get a new one. Carefully inspect the tiny
mounds of solder underneath the large socket on the bottom of the board.
Each drop of solder connects a lead wire from the socket to the printed
circuit. A bad solder joint may look like it has a tiny circle in the drop
of solder around the wire end, a chip or crack in the little ***** of
solder, or it may be too small to see. At this point you will need a
soldering gun and solder, and a steady hand.

Step 3 - Set your circuit board bottom side up so you can see the solder
joints for the socket onto the printed circuit. Heat up your soldering gun
and apply just a tiny drop of solder to the tip. Place the hot tip with the
melted solder directly onto the existing solder joint in question just long
enough until the gun melts the existing solder and the new solder mixes in
with it. Remove the gun from the work and allow to cool. Remelting the
original solder and adding some extra should repair the joint and make
continuity again and reinforce it. Repeat for all the solder joints in
question, and/or all the solder joints for the socket. Don't overheat your
work, or solder may run down and create a short to another circuit, or you
may unknowingly fry a component on the other side of the board.

Step 4 - Allow everything to cool, then reinstall the board as listed in
Option #2 above.


Thnaks & Regards

Apr 04, 2009 | 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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GE PROFILE FRIG PSS26PSTASS


The recall reads (in part):

GE Consumer & Industrial places a very high priority on product quality and customer satisfaction and thus continuously assesses our product reliability. Recent analysis has discovered a potential problem with the main circuit board on a limited number of refrigerator models, which could lead to lower than anticipated life expectancy on that component. Therefore, if the main circuit board fails, GE Consumer & Industrial will replace this part free of charge to the consumer until further notice.

The models affected are side-by-side plastic liner, side-by-side metal liner, bottom freezer two door and bottom freezer French door. The models were produced between May 2005 and August 2006 (HH – RL serial range) and are included in this program.

Potential Additional Covered Parts:

Specific parts involving the failure of the main board are included in this program. These parts are limited to the following:

-Evaporator Fan failure, only if accompanied by a Main Board failure

-Dispenser Board failure, only if accompanied by a Main Board failure

Mar 17, 2009 | GE Profile PSS26NGS Side by Side...

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Circuit Board


try union electronics. thats where we get most rca parts for my shop.

Oct 11, 2008 | RCA HD52W59 HDTV Projection Television

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Need wiring diagram


i dont think u need a wiring diagram. you should check your wiper motor circuit board first. on my 94 s10 the wipers either worked when they wanted to and now they dont work at all. just either replace the circuit board yourself ($19.95 on ebay) or replace the whole wiper motor ($60 on ebay) and your wipers should work. just give this a shot as its a good place to start. i myself am going to replace the wiper circuit board as its cheap, and really easy to access and replace. all you need is a screw driver. good luck. and no, im not a GM Technician. just owned my truck since day 1 and always try to check vehicle forums for answers first.

Aug 01, 2008 | 1994 Chevrolet S-10

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