PCB replacement I have to replace the PCB on this machine - very expensive but the machine is only 2 years old. I have obtained a replacement module and it should be just a case of plugging it in. Unfortunately the old board was removed by my father who cannot remember which plug went to which connector.
I can figure out the multi pin connectors easily enough because they will only fit in one place.
I am left with two single wires, a green/brown with a shielded spade connector end and a green/blue also with a spade connector but no shield.
There are several spare possible connection points on the PCB.
I cannot find a wiring diagram so can anyone give me a guide as to how to connect it without blowing an expensive PCB?
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Re: PCB replacement
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.
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14 Nov 2013 - Watch Josh explain how to diagnose washing machine control and program problems. ... If you then suspect that the problem still lies in the circuit board ... to test the board and you'll actually just need to replace it altogether.
This is the Mark 6 board fitted to late Hotpoint washing machines. The module will be programmed to your model number - ready to fit. Typical models are WF550P WF560G .... Hotpoint Arcadia PCB Modules. SKU: 256. Hotpoint Arcadia PCB ...
Is it Indent ?
Many basic UK Indesit washing machines fitted with a rotary dial indicate error codes by clicking the dial continuously round and flashing the door lock light a set number of times.
If the door light (LED) flashes 7 times it means, "Heater relay stuck - check connections on heater and module (PCB)".
In my experience, this fault code usually required a replacement PCB and EEProm. A connection fault on the heater usually results in the entire washing machine going dead. Nothing will work, but the LEDs light up. This symptom can also be caused by an open circuit motor or other faults.
It's always possible for a connection fault to cause error codes but the heater relay is embedded in the PCB and if it develops a fault the whole board needs replacing. I don't recommend replacing the PCB as a DIY repair. It is an expensive part and it will not be guaranteed unless fitted by an engineer. New PCBs do not come with the micro-chip EEPROM which would also need fitting. Replacing the PCB and EEPROM yourself is risky. If the fault is not cured you cannot send the parts back.
If you have an engineer to replace the PCB and EEPROM I would imagine the cost is likely to easily be over £100. If your washing machine has a 5 year parts guarantee Indesit would supply the PCB free of charge but only if their own engineer fits it at a cost of about £90.
If you are really keen to fix this yourself and want to try another PCB there is a company that might be able to help and are happy to deal with the public called Quality Electronic Repairs (see link below)
A lot of these Samsung dishwashers don't have fuses; or the fuses are incorporated (soldered in and sealed) inside the dishwasher controller (electronic control module); which is unfortunate, because it means that you have to replace the whole electronic control module, which is a fairly expensive proposition.
The repair could be as simple as replacing the speed control switch but given the lack of response from KitchenAid you might not be able to obtain a replacement switch. Eight years can be a lifetime in appliance years.
Its the Printed Circuit Board, basically the main brain of the washer. They range from 70-170 depending on model. If you have a service plan on the washer, it might be worth it, but if not, I personally would replace the washer.
For the 25 year old freezer: a replacement compressor of the same BTU rating can be obtained and used as a replacement BUT at 25 years old I DO Not recommend the expense of a compressor replacement.
To the owner of the six year old freezer. The buzzing noise is more than likely the compressor cycling on its overload protector. This is an indication that the compressor has failed. In this case also I do not recommend replacing the compressor. If it was in warranty the manufacturer would bear the cost. Replacement compressor come with a one year warranty.
no solution sorry but we also have a Neff mw/combi oven which keeps blowing for no apparent reason, the Neff repair man has looked at it 4 times and practically replaced every component -power module, operating module,relay board, door switches but it`s just gone again! The model is a H5972N0GB/01 and it is approx 3 yrs old, no problem for the first 2 years .Time to write to Neff -is yours the same model?