Model #0668 POWERWHEELS/PINES Toy riding
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What is the part number for the power board in my wine cooler model 183.10679?
I have checked on the PCB board for this wine cooler. The parts list diagram on our system shows that it needs control board part number RF-0668-34. I also see research that shows that the control board RF-5210-11 should also work in this wine cooler. We checked directly with the manufacturer (Haier) and found out that an exact replacement for the original control board is not available for this wine cooler. It is my understanding that the correct replacement board for this wine cooler is the one that is listed in the Sears parts system (RF-0668-34). If you were to attempt to replace the control board in this wine cooler, the new wiring connections would have to be soldered directly onto the new board since the wiring connections are not the same as the old control board. This is not a practical and cost-effective solution for the problem in this situation. I recommend that you replace the wine cooler instead of attempting to repair it since a practical replacement for the control board is not available.
I don't know if you still need it but I think I have the board that you need and you have the one that I need. post back if you still need it.
RF-5210-11 Will work the number on the board by the input connector should be a CD-110-C it's the one in the picture on the sears parts direct web site!!! THE ONES They sent me have that number crossed off with a black marker the number on these boards are CD-220-C they sent me two of them like that They are 220 Volt boards. I Changed the board over to 110 volt by putting jumper J110 in its between the larger capacitor and the diode right above the power input connector! The Part number for the board well the manufacture of this particular board is HYS60-12-KD it is a 220-240 Volt AC input 12 volt 5 amp DC output. I put that jumper in and it works just fine on 110 volts now before i did that the fans would spin intermittently the light would blink and it would buzz or hum. From what i can tell they ordered the wrong boards or got the wrong boards. The only other thing i can think of is the fuse might need to be changed to a higher amp rating drop the voltage of the supply and it will draw more amps.
Haier wine cooler compressor will not come on.
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Thank you for your time. I hope that someone can help me out. I'm pretty sure it is a thermostat problem/ power supply problem. I just don't know how to test to see which one or how to fix either. If you come across anything at anytime please feel free to help.
Thank you for your question. I�m sorry you�re having this problem with the wine cooler. If there is a clicking sound from the compressor area, it indicates there is power to the starting relay and overload. This can be a problem with the relay, the overload or the compressor itself. This can be a complicated check to determine which part has failed. A technician will have a kit and with the use of an amprobe, can determine what part is causing this problem. Unfortunately, however, these parts are showing to be no longer available. In this case the unit would need to be replaced.
Thank you for your time and help. I guess I really got taken. Got the unit with no report of any problems and well here I am. You said that the parts are showing to no longer be available. Does that mean that I can't acquire them but a technician could?
Washington, I'm sorry to say the parts are also no longer available to technicians as well. In this case, the unit would not be repairable. I would however, recommend having a technician check this first, to determine if it's repairable or not.
If the clicking you are hearing is from under the little black box on the back side, that would be the compressor relay on the main control board. The relay contacts are probably burned, so despite the fact that the relay is being energized, the compressor is not getting power. If you are comfortable with a meter you can verify that the relay is getting 12V DC to the coil and that the contacts are, indded, closing. My bet is that this is the problem (95%). Google part number RF-0668-04 and you'll find them readily available. Repairclinic.com has a picture that you can look at and can order from them. ( I have no affiliation) If there is line voltage (125V) to the compressor as measured across the black and white wires and the compressor is not running, then the problem is either the compressor or the start relay (the little black thingy mounted on the top two terminals of the compressor) or the overload (the little white thingy plugged into the bottom terminal of the compressor). Good luck, Tom
Thank you very much Scott and Tom. I am currently waiting on parts. I will be in contact once I see if things work out. Washington
Washington the relay is 120 volts and is mounted in line with the compressor. Parts you recommend are likely not going to repair the problem. Question is, why are the replay contactors burned and compressor likely to have a faulty run winding. It is best to have a technician out as this can become quit costly to repair Again there is not any 12 voltsDC on the relay and you have been given some bad information about the relay. Google is full of lay answers and well intended answers but not technically correct answers. Scott knows what he talks about being a 40 year technician.
Check again, Bill. The control voltage to the compressor relay is 12V DC. The contacts of the compressor relay make and break the 120V to the compressor. The last 3 of these Haier wine coolers that I have repaired that have had "bad compressors" all had the exact same failure. The relays all had about 12V DC powering the compressor relay control side, yet the contacts remained open. The replacement boards that I have bought seem to have beefier relays and transformers. Tom
I am little overwhelmed, but very thankful for both of you. Now, I am simply left with the question of what to do exactly. I guess I need to look into contacting a technician?.? to at least tell me if I'm on the right road. I guess my 25 dollar solution just went out the window. Thanks guys. Please don't hesitate to write back if you uncover any more useful information.
What's wrong with my wine cellar?
Thanks for the model number. This is a thermal electric unit which has no compressor. I'm sending you some information from the owner's manual that is very important for this type of wine cellar. There must be sufficient air circulation and the ambient temperature must be no higher than 77 degrees just to maintain 50 degrees. If there is sufficient air clearance and the temperature is below 77 degrees, the most common problem is the PCB board # RF-0668-35. It's possible the fan may failed but it's rare. The board usually needs to be replaced. This board is available at SearsPartsDirect . If you need more assistance, please resubmit your question, with additional details.
Hector, did you order this part and if so did it fix the problem?