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当前版本: Kristen Gismondi (投票详情) ,

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I've had this exact same problem 3 times already. R15 and R17 are definitely the ones that blow. I have contacted whirlpool , sears and even jabil electronics,the maker of this defective circuit board, and no one wants to take responsibility or even admit there's a problem. We all need to call their customer service centers and demand a recall and that they redesign this LED.  At $200 a pop they are not giving them away and LEDs are supposed to lasts at least a decade. The number to call is (866)698-2538 and email is whirlpool_customerexperience@whirlpool.com

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编辑: la_altaloma ,

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I've had this exact same problem 3 times already. R15 and R17 are definitely the ones that blow. I have contacted whirlpool , sears and even jabil electronics,the maker of this defective circuit board, and no one wants to take responsibility or even admit there's a problem. We all need to call their customer service centers and demand a recall and that they redesign this LED.  At $200 a pop they are not giving them away and LEDs are supposed to lasts at least a decade. The number to call is (866)698-2538 and email is whirlpool_customerexperience@whirlpool.com

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原帖由: la_altaloma ,

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I've had this exact same problem 3 times already. R15 and R17 are definitely the ones that blow. I have contacted whirlpool , sears and even jabil electronics,the maker of this defective circuit board, and no one wants to take responsibility or even admit there's a problem. We all need to call their customer service centers and demand a recall and that they redesign this LED.  At $200 a pop they are not giving them away and LEDs are supposed to lasts at least a decade. The number to call is (866)698-2538 and email is whirlpool_customerexperience@whirlpool.com

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