I unplugged wiers and now can't remember witch ones go where, theres one plug with brown + blue ,and one organge and white, alsc one little plug (gray that used to go to a tempature meter that is now gone, think now it won't feel the heat and not work right after its hooked up with out gray ?
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Your cold water valve has failed and needs replacing, quite an easy fix. To get to it first unplug from wall, next remove water hoses from the machine, next lift the lid up and then just pull it off, next remove the two Phillips head screws at the of the rear of display console, lift off then unplug from motor controller, valves are now visible and are the parts which the water hoses where removed from, if they are blue in colour you will need to replace both hot and cold valves as the blue ones are a single unit but if they are white in colour you can replace the one that is not working as they are separate units. When removing the valves it will pay to cover the brown motor controller computer with a towel so as not to accidently get any water in it when removing as they do tend to hold a little abit inside. You can source parts from fisher & paykel you will need to quote the model number which is GW612 and the serial number aswell with that model as there can possibly be two types of valve available for that model, so keep them numbers handy when ringing them. Make sure you have display console fitted first aswell when putting it back together before fitting the water hoses just to make sure you don't accidently get any water on main computer board as this will kill it completely.
the best way is to take all the front cover out. take the power plug out !!! open the control panel, take the tow side plastic out from the left and right side and you see 2 screw to open. take the control panel out disconect the plug and take out the 2 brass brakets from each side. then pull the whole front cover out by tilting it to the front and pull it out. you can see it on you tube on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XIsK3W_Qcg
now take wire and bypass the plug you disconect from the controll panel 2 wiers need to be bypass dont bupass the ground wire!!!(green color) now put the controll panel back down and you can run the machine with no front cove and see where the noize come from :)
Unplug power cord. First try to clean drain tube by removing bottom cover: uncrew two bolts on each side. clean tube and filter and pump. If it is fixed, you are done.
If problem comes back, unplug power cord as always. Remove top cover and replace water inlet valve (remember to shut off water valves both hot and cold), unplug connectors to blue switch and remove water flowmeter, blow air thru one end and then the other end to remove dirt inside white water flowmeter. If flowmeter bad, replace it.
Last thing may get bad is pressure switch which is brow color valve on the right side of machine.
check to see if the water inlet 3 way valve is working right. there are 3-110 volt coils that should have a white, brown and blue connector. the white one usually supplies voltage first (depending on mode used). try a hot only load and see if the hot come in.
Unplug the machine wait 10 seconds than plug the machine back in and press the cancel/stop button twice. this should unlock you washer and fix the problem. If this does not please give me the model number of your unit. it is located on the inside of the lid of your unit.
green and yellow is earth so wire the earth wire to this. brown is live in and blue is neutral in. brown/white is live out and blue/white is neutral out. usually a suppressor capacitor has a diagram printed on it
it seems that you are talking about the two wires that fit onto the back of the board where there is a black component that is square on the right hand side when looking from the front the wires fit within the black unit. i cannot remember which way around though. i will post again when i next do a wma repair ,tony.