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Transformer power supply defective device. What voltage does it have in the secondary?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MS9700 secondary voltage
I am working on the same situation. DId you first check to see if it isn't the fuse that has blown? Radio Shack has a 4 pack of 2 amp fuses for $2.49 which I think will work. Their catalog number is 270-1064. These as 5x20mm in size (the 1-1/4 x 1/4 inch is way to large) and they are slow blow - designed for this type of household equipment to protect from short circuits and power surges.
If you are lucky maybe it is just the fuse. Since I can find no other information about this unit - especially the transformer - I'd check eBay for a working one. If you can get it cheal and it works test the power output with a VoltOhmMeter (VOM) and once armed with the info you can let me know too what the output is
Posted on Dec 08, 2005
SOURCE: power supply (transformer)
You should have just one supply voltage on an AM type dishwasher. Find the data plate in one of these places - frame behind RH door, on the control box, under the front cover. The required voltage and phase (1 or 3) will be listed there.
What is the problem with the unit?
Posted on May 25, 2008
I would stick to replacing the whole power supply rather than bits and pieces.
The website above sells PS2 power supplies.
If you want to try and replace bits and pieces, you can probably find individual components at Radio Shack... but you would have to be good at troubleshooting and soldering.
Posted on Oct 20, 2009
just a question.1st.. if you don't know what you should have... then what are you going to do... if it's lower or higher ... seems like you should have a print before you go looking...go check at the off and on switch for the standby .. 9v more or less to trip the relay to turn the sys. on... now get a print...or go backwards to the transformer to see if it's blown. or something in between is open
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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