Even though the motor was running, the tech could not hear any noise from the compressor - it was not starting. It seemed like it should be an easy fix, replacing the capacitor for 35mF+5mF. But after our tech replaced it, the unit still was not working because the PG&E Smartboard AC would not let the system start. When our tech tried disconnecting the PG&E Smartboard AC, the unit would work perfectly, but when he connected it back in, the HVAC would stop working again. So our tech suggesting calling PG&E out to check the issue, but while he was explaining the problem and writing the receipt for the customer, the unit started working.
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Double oven had an issue with lower bake element. It wouldn’t heat up to a certain temperature and newer goes above 200 degrees. When our technician checked the voltage coming to an element it showed 120 instead of necessary 220-240, which leaded to a control board relay board problem. We had to order a new power board and replace it in order to made it back to normal.
A couple of weeks before the customer detected the problem with her top-loading GE washer, there were repairs done on the cold water pipe-system. Dirt and mud from the pipes clogged up the hose filter, preventing normal water flow. That’s why the washer was filling so slowly. Our tech cleaned the hoses and the washer started filling water perfectly.
The Samsung RF287AERS fridge was acting out, making noises and not keeping the food cold enough. During the diagnostic, our tech noticed that the defrost sensor was showing around 20MOhms when frozen. It was clear that the defrost sensor was defective and had to be replaced.