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Show me wiring on the control panel

I need to see the wiring under the top control

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It's located on a sheet in a plastic envelope taped to the inside of the lower cabinet

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If you remove the top panel, three screws in the back, you will have access to the pressure switch.
A loose wiring connection or a broken wire harness could be causing this problem. You can remove the top panel of the washer by taking out the screws at the very back of the top panel. Pull the panel back slightly and then lift it up and off of the washer. Check the wire harness connected to the analog pressure sensor. Also check the air tube connected to this component. If these connections are okay, check the analog pressure sensor connection on the central control unit. THE IMAGE BELOW (click the link for zoom) shows the location of the central control unit on a similar model of washer and also provides a wiring diagram. The analog pressure sensor harness plugs into the central control unit on the PR8 connector. Make sure that this connection is secure. Look for damage to the wire harness.


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Now on each side under control panel are gold colored clips to remove cabinet from back panel. use a screw driver and release clips,

unplug any wires going to top panel from rear panel that make hold back cabinet,

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