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ge compactor gcg1580pss

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hank merrill
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COMPACTOR CHATTERS/OSCILLATES. \

DOOR IS READY TO BE SHUT, COMPACTOR SHOULD BE READY TO GO BUT JUST MAKES CHATTERING NOISE W/O RAM MOVING WHEN DOOR IS CLOSED. OPEN DOOR , CHATTERING STOPS.

THERE ARE AT LEAST 4 SWITCHES INVOLVED.

A MASTER ON/OFF ALONG WITH 2 LEVER ACTION UNITS:1 FOR THE AIR FILTER CONTROL , 2ND FOR SELECTION OF RAM TOTAL CYCLE( TRAVEL DOWN & RETURN) VS RAM COMPRESSION ONLY = UNITS CHATTERS WITH EITHER POSITION

A TOE ACTUATOR "ON" SWITCH

A POSITION SWITCH INSIDE THE UNIT THAT SEEMS TO SENSE THE BASKET IS IN PLACE.

A SWITCH ON THE FRONT FRAME THAT SEEMS TO SENSES THE DOOR IS CLOSED.

WHAT'S MY PROBLEM?
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Thank you for your question >

From what you are saying I would have to assume you have a foot switch Ge unit have issue with them sticking am=nd have come out with a rework kit to take care of the isse ,

Make sure you use all the parts in the kit.

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