Question about Washing Machines
Already replaced locking mechanism. With power off: 56 to 62 Ohms between CN10 Pin 7 (Sky Blue) and CN5 Pin 3 (Blue) 56 to 62 Ohms between CN10 Pin 8 (White) and CN5 Pin 3 (Blue) With power on: 120 VAC at CN10 Pin 8 (White) and CN5 Pin 1 (White) 120 VAC at CN10 Pin 7 (Sky Blue) and CN5 Pin 1 (White) 100 VAC at CN7 Pin 2 (Black) and CN5 Pin 1 (White) Given that the last test should be 120 VAC, does the PCB need to be replaced or I have made a mistake someplace?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
LE is a water level issue.
- The part of the hose where the water level sensor is
located is damaged (punctured).
- The hose is clogged with foreign material.
- The hose is folded.
- Too much lubricant has been applied to the insertion
part of the air hose.
- Hose engagement error (disengaged)
- Part fault (Faulty internal soldering)
- The water level sensor terminal is disengaged.
- Main PBA fault.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
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