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Check out with a multitester whether the control panel switch on the power towards the high voltage transformer NNB disconnect the high voltage transformer for this test. if not the relay on the electronic controlle device is broken and the panel needs replacement. check also the 3 safety switches on the door for proper operation. mind the power it is dangerous.
Well, not exactly. The blower switch gets power from the control panel that gets power from the 25amp fuse in the fuse box. The wire from the fuse box to the control panel is black and tan, the wire from the control panel to the fan switch is yellow and brown.
you want to check power coming into unit... do you have power at the switch... there was alot of issues a ton etime with there power control switches and thermostats... check incoming power to unit and see if the switch has failed... also these units have small controls on them that will fail from time to time. you are going to have to see where power has failed at.
I had the same issue on a Whynter WC28S SNO 28 Bottle Wine Cooler, it even seems like most of the thermoelectric wine coolers, fridges, and such have the same boards by hanny. For cross refference parts I used NTE because Fry's Electronics had them.
Switching transistors - NTE51
1N 4007 - NTE125
Silicon Dual Power Rectifier - NTE6090
Also I have a venotemp wine cooler that has pretty much the same board, with the same plugs for fans, light, control panal, and cooler fan for $45 shipped at their site under replacement parts. Hope this helps people looking for info on this. Also research Switching Power Supply issues for information.
It sounds like the thermal fuse in the control console has blown.
Turn power off to unit.
Remove the outer door panel and then the console.
Remove the black plastic cover from over the circuit board if it has one.
You should see the thermal fuse clipped to the circuit board housing.
If you have an ohm meter, check for continuity across it, it should read closed.
If you don't have a meter, unplug the wires from it and and hook them together.
Turn power back on to unit, hold door switches down and cancel cycle. The washer should drain the water.
If this doesn't work, check your door switches to make sure they are closing properly.