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    Looks to me that the control board and the...

    Looks to me that the control board and the computer are the same thing.

    If you look at the picture of the control board you can see the keys.
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    You could try cleaning the keys with electronics...

    You could try cleaning the keys with electronics cleaner or isopropyl alcohol.
    Juts be sur that all the vapors have dissipated before re-applying power to it.

    Odds are that the control board will...
  3. There are many other reasons why a dryer will not...

    There are many other reasons why a dryer will not heat.
    Often folks tear a unit apart checking everything in the dryers heating circuit only to find out later it was a power problem so hopefully you...
  4. I do not have a wiring diagram for this unit but...

    I do not have a wiring diagram for this unit but they are usually in the 5000 to 10000 ohm range.
    It is an internal heater used during lower temperature settings.
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    First check the power Try flipping the breaker...

    First check the power
    Try flipping the breaker off/on slowly, sometimes you can loose half the line without actually tripping the breaker.
    If this does nothing, check the voltage at the plug
    L1 to...
  6. The two silver outside connectors are the...

    The two silver outside connectors are the thermostat's contacts. They should be 0 ohms (closed) at room temperature.
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    I do not think this is what you need unless you...

    I do not think this is what you need unless you cannot see the numbers because the plastic is discolored.

    Looks to me that this is just the keypad and the digital readout shines through clear...
  8. Thread: Samsung dryer

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    It should not make a difference but below is a...

    It should not make a difference but below is a link to another site that has a service manual available for download.
    https://www.appliancejunk.com/forums/index.php?topic=19689.msg104094#msg104094
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    Often the red screw is the adjustment. They lock...

    Often the red screw is the adjustment.
    They lock it as it can be tricky so mess with it at your own peril.
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    You probably blew the thermal circuit breaker. ...

    You probably blew the thermal circuit breaker.

    Below is info on this unit
    http://b2b.frigidaire.com/support/ResultsPage.asp?strModel=PLCS389ECG&User=&Search=Search

    It will be attached to the...
  11. Sorry but I cannot say as I do not hyave...

    Sorry but I cannot say as I do not hyave experience with this particular model.
  12. Below is an example...

    Below is an example
    https://www.amazon.ca/Pinfox-Cooling-Cabinet-Incubator-Brewing/dp/B01IPI4H52/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=pancake+fan+120+volt&qid=1574442864&sr=8-2

    You should be able to get one from...
  13. The problem seems to be that there is not enough...

    The problem seems to be that there is not enough air circulation in the unit so the cold air is settling in the bottom of the fresh food section.

    If you are gong to keep it as a garage fridge...
  14. Has this thing ever worked good for you? I...

    Has this thing ever worked good for you?

    I agree with the repairman that you have gone about this in a logical way.
  15. The inverter should have no effect with theses...

    The inverter should have no effect with theses symptoms.
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    Timer switch 2 is not closing in the timer. ...

    Timer switch 2 is not closing in the timer.

    Replace the timer.
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    I kept digging and I think the attachment is...

    I kept digging and I think the attachment is your wiring diagram.

    So lets give this a shot.
    Set the timer to mid cycle high heat.
    Unplug the unit.
    Set your meter on the most sensitive ohms...
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    You should have heat as soon as the motor starts....

    You should have heat as soon as the motor starts.

    Also you cannot run it very long with the drum out as there is poor air flow over the heater and the thermal cutoff can blow.

    Without a wiring...
  19. What is the freezer temperature as it will effect...

    What is the freezer temperature as it will effect the fresh food section.
    Should be around 0 degrees F.

    Also the fresh food thermometer you are using should be near the thermistor location.
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    Yes the two heavier gauge reds

    Yes the two heavier gauge reds
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    My guess would be that the centrifugal switch on...

    My guess would be that the centrifugal switch on the motor is not closing.

    Take a piece of 14 gauge wire (about 6 inches will do)
    Strip the insulation off from each end (1/2 inch).
    Unplug the...
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    Sorry but you lost me. Unplug the unit and...

    Sorry but you lost me.

    Unplug the unit and both wires from the heater element.
    Measure across the heater element, most units are in the 8 to 12 ohm range.
    The first test where you see 120 on one...
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    That does look like the correct number for the...

    That does look like the correct number for the control board but it is discontinued.
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    Is 120 supposed to come in from each side? Or is...

    Is 120 supposed to come in from each side? Or is 240 supposed to come in on one wire?
    OK so I will try to give you some info on how most units are wired.

    First how 240 works just in case you do...
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    Try the following. Try flipping the breaker...

    Try the following.

    Try flipping the breaker off/on slowly a couple times. Sometimes you can loose half the line without actually tripping the breaker.
    Check the voltage at the wall receptacle
    L1...
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