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Loose wire yellow wire marked oo or dd is floating loose at back of timer, cannot find a terminal with this code, or is it off the capacitor ? washer behaves erratically

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The capacitor should have two wires on one end and two wires on the other end look for a piggy back spade thats where two wires fit on one spade ok get back to me if you still need help ok make sure the machine is off be for doing any thing ok

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you may have wrong part , post model serial , and part number that you have i will look them up

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