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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
C113 is a capacitor so voltage differential is nill. The Triac To-220 can BTB10-600BW, in slot Q6, has as pin 2 it's ground. Pin across the heat sink tab and pin 2 and you will see continuity. Seach for NTE5637 as equivalent. Did you get the voltage at pin 1? Pin 3 is the gate.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
Yeah, I'm in the middle of that, too. There's a thermal fuse you can check with a meter just above the control panel inside the front door. It should be 0 ohms. Then it's the control board, I guess. Looking for the same one myself right now. I'm going to resolder the solder joints on the board and see if that fixes it.
Yup. That fixed it. Now to see how long it lasts.
The joints on the relays are hard to solder, as well as the ones to the wire terminals, because it has a polyurethane coating. You have to burn or scrape through that and just remelt the solder.
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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