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ECONOMY 7 METER & SYSTEM WONT SWITCH OFF AUTOMATIALLY

MY ECOMONY 7 SYSTEM SWITCHES ON AT 12.30AM & THEN SWITCHES OFF AT 07.30AM VIA RADIO SIGNAL, THIS STILL HAPPENS AT THE METER, BUT ONCE THE METER SWITCHES OVER, ALL MY HEATERS AND WATER TANK IS STILL CHARGING UP ON THE NORMAL ELECTRIC, I KNOW THIS IS HAPPENING FOR SURE, I HAVE NEON SWITCHES ON THE SPURS OF EVERY HEATER & THE LIGHTS NOW ONLY GO OFF IF I MANUALLY SWITCH THE FUSE BOX OFF, OR AT EACH SPURED HEATER, I KNOW THIS IS ALL DEFINATE & HAVE LIVED WITH ECONOMY 7 FOR ALMOST 19 YEARS, I THINK ITS POSSIBLE FUSE BOX NEEDS UPGRADING, THE ECONOMY FUSE BOX HAS A MEMORA 3 100A MAX

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Your appliances will charge up no matter what time of day/night it is if they are turned on unless they are wired so as to only come on during Econ7. Usually this through a separate supply out of the meter to that part of the fuse box [split load type] or to a 2nd box supplying only those appliances. This area is your responsibility.
Try testing the power supply tails with a volt stick. It's a non-contact neon indicator about the size of a thick pen
If during Econ 7 period you appliances are using electricity at the higher [day] rate, - & it doesn't matter how they are wired in [see above] - call the power supplier. The meter belongs to them.& is their responsibility.
Maybe wise to check the meter readings at times both day & night with appliances both on & off

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Timer

If the washer won't start the timer might be defective. This part is often misdiagnosed, check other components before replacing this timer.





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User Control and Display Board If the washer won't start, the user control and display board may be defective. Check for power to the washer first.

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Door Lock Motor and Switch Assembly If the washer won't start the door lock assembly should be checked. The door lock can fail either mechanically or electrically. Test any switches on the door lock with an Ohm meter. The switches should have continuity according to their design.

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