I HAVE SEARCHED DOZENS OF WEBSITES EVEN HOTPOINT OFFICIAL SITE AND CANT GET A NEW ONE ON ANY OF THEM. CANT FIND THE SAME MODEL NUMBER ON ANY OF THE SITES. CAN U TELL ME WHAT ELSE I CAN TRY 2 GET THE PART I NEED PLZ.
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I hate to say this but a blown fuse in that machine wouldnt trip the breaker, so if you turn the breaker on and it stays on until you start the machine the motor is probably shorted and need to be replaced
You won't get a new board cheap, unless it is a second hand one,not recommended.
Apart from which, the board has blown for a reason, usually caused by a faulty motor, so if you bought a new board, chances are it would blow again
Long term , probably cheaper to buy a new m/c.Your only other option is that if the m/c is under 5 years old, you should be able to get it repaired under the 5 year part guarantee, you pay for labour and call out.
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I have just seen the same problem on a neighbours WD440G. I have
tracked down the problem to the main circuit board at the back, bottom
of the machine. Transistor/FET Q9 has exploded. There was water at the
bottom of the machine and the wiring in the vicinity of the nearby
connector was wet.
This neighbour is in no financial position to be able to buy a new
board, or get an official Hotpoint engineer to confirm what we already
know. Anyone know where I can get a schematic diagram for the board?
IF you machine is a wma39 not a wmm39a then what has happed is that you control board is blown basically.
TO check this remove the soap draw and you will c three screws remove them... TO make removing the panel easier i would suggest removing the top as well as the front panel is wedged into it.. Then unclip the board from the panel and you will c where the big wiring plug is attached that the tracks on the board are blown.. There is no point replacing the board untill you can work out what has caused it to blow because it will blow again.. Its usually the motor or the doorlock which blows the board.. Trust me i been dealing with this type of machine for years...