Yeah you can get new sensor bar you can get wireless ones quite cheap only about 8 pound from lots of places such as : http://www.amazon.com/Nyko-87005-Wii-Wireless-Sensor/dp/B000LFJNG6
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Rewiring consists of getting a new wire and running it from your fuse box to the blower using appropriate connections. A quick way would be to get a wire nut, strip the 2 ends at the break and screw the wire nut on the 2 ends at the same time. There are also crimp splicer that you can put the 2 ends in each side and then crimp them together.
Well the metal bars dont work quite like you have tested above but i have to say you are on track here. It is correct that the 2 sensor wires are tird directly to the board so remove your gounding of the bars. The control has capacitiors that charge the bars with 24vdc and looks for the bars grounding to the wet clothes. The control board has the chassis ground tied into same connector as the sensor wire. so it doesnt need a ground tied to one of the bars like previous models.
Enter service mode by pressing help and back keys for 3 secs
Then see if there are any codes stored
Then go to system check
this is where you can test the sensor circuit
you can even start a dry cycle with wet clothes enter service mode go to system check, and see if it says damp dry sensed, normal dry sensed, or short circuit sensed
if the dealer was paid to fix the problem and its still not working i assume when you left the dealer or shortly after then take it back they should fix the problem that they were paid to fix.this is the first place to start.they may not have rewired it correctly and what was the reason to rewire the sensor,was the sensor no good did they install a new plug to the sensor etc.
YOU PROBABLY HAVE A BROKEN WIRE ON THE SENDING EYE. THIS WOULD CAUSE IT NOT TO LIGHT AND THE RECIEVER NOT TO GET A SIGNAL MAKING IT NOT LIGHT.
YOUR DOG IS PROBABLY THE CULPRIT AGAIN . THEY TEND TO SNIFF AROUND OR JUST GENERALLY BUMP INTO THE WIRES (SOMETIMES THEY CHEW THEM).
IF NO OBVIOUS BROKEN WIRES OR LOOSE CONNECTIONS CAN BE FOUND. YOU CAN TEST THE WIRING BY USING DOOR BELL WIRE TO TEMPORARILY REPLACE IT - THE FAULT COULD BE INSIDE THE WALL OR UNDER A STAPLE WHERE THE WIRES GET SMASHED (THIS ONE WE CAN'T BLAME ON THE DOG) :)
IF YOU REWIRE COMPLETELY (PAY ATTENTION TO THE POLARITY OR THE TEST WILL NOT BE VALID) AND THE LEDS STILL ARE NOT ON YOU COULD HAVE A DEFECTIVE EYE
join both wires the white one with the white one, and the white with black strip, with the same other, then connect it on the back of the motor the white wires with the white terminal (a white square) and the white with the black strip with the black terminal (a black square) .. check that both leds of sensors are on
Questions: 1) Is the bar plugged into the console? 2) Did your cat or dog chew through the wire? 3) Have you tried using the setup menu to alter the remote's sensitivity? 4) Is anything interfering with the sensor bar, such as a reflective surface or other lighting in the room? Shiny coffeetable tops and fluorescent lights aren't friendly to the Wiimote. Try covering reflective surfaces and playing with the lights off. 5) If you get a replacement and still have the same problem, then the problem is with the Wiimote.