Gibson Dehumidifier Parts
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Fix Number FIX462294
Manufacturer Part Number 5303296823This control needs to be replaced if the dehumidifier won't shut off.
Fix Number FIX16218465
Manufacturer Part Number 5304524341This is a light bulb lens, and it is made for your oven. This part protects the light bulb inside your oven by covering it. The lens is made of glass, and has a 3-inch diameter. Before making this repair, we recommend disconnecting the power.
Boyd from Birmingham, AL
Lens brokenRemoved snap wire holding old lens in place, replaced bulb then centered new lens in place and put snap wire on new lens. Job done in 2 minutes. Easy as eating apple pie. Read more...
Compressor Start Relay
Fix Number FIX426380
Manufacturer Part Number 216594300
Fixes these symptoms
- Will Not Start
- Won’t start
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Scott from Watkins Glen, NY
Freezer stopped coolingOn the compressor are two components. The first is the start relay which allows voltage to pass through to the compressor when it's called to run by the thermostat. The second is the thermal override which protects the compressor by shutting it down when over heated. Both are plugged into the three compressor power prongs. Thermal is plugged into the top prong, starter relay to the two lower prongs. To start the repair, pull the two wire leads off of the components. Take a pair of needle nose pliers and gently pull out the starter relay. Next pull out the thermal override. Make sure the compressor windings aren't bad by testing the leads with an ohm meter. There are how to's on the web but basically place the ohm meter in its lowest setting and take a reading between the two bottom prongs. Write this number down. It should have a resistance of about 10.5 ohms. Next, take a reading between the top and bottom left prongs and then do the same on the right side. Add the left and right reading together and they should equal the initial reading that you took across the bottom prongs (10.5ohms) or so. If not, your compressor is the issue. If all tests out OK, replace the start relay in the reverse order of disassembly. The switchout takes all of 15 minutes to perform. Made my freezer like new. Read more...