Question about Washing Machines
There's usually a 3 (large) pins switch at the lid. unscrew it and take it off and look for the highest amperage on the switch(e.g.:220V/16A-30A rather than 220V/6A), then look for the pins combination; mine has 2-3 for the highest amperage and 1-2 for stand-by. you have to take off the switch's plug and connect the highest amperage pins (2-3). screw back the switch(without the plug).
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
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