Question about Hoover Washing Machines
Does anyone have a wiring diagram for a Hoover 210 A6952 washing machine? I replaced a broken tube for the pressure sensor, and a wire came off - it is the yellow wire coming from the motor connector going to the mechanical timer, I am unable to see the spade terminal where it came from. The timer is a 47578-K78 if that's any help. It's a great machine and I dare not risk damaging it trying random terminals, and don't want to throw it out.
Posted by Anonymous on
If you email Hoover with your product details & the timer details as above they can have an engineer contact you via email or phone, or most have an online live chat service which has engineers who can answer your problem in minutes.. Truly hope this helps & your problems are soon resolved..
ps you could google the part number & find images on the item that will show you the wires in situ, this may solve the issue for you as well...
Posted on Feb 21, 2018
Testimonial: "Thanks. By chasing through Hoover -> Electrolux -> local parts dealer I was able to get a wiring diagram. (Extensive searches on google using model #, timer # revealed nothing.) Now the motor worked for a bit in one direction only and then seemed to overheat... so on to other problems..."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The new units have all of your schematics, capacitor and a higher price for a reason. With GE I avoid used parts because there is so much electronics you don't want to fry. The wire harness leads match the old and there should not be an extra wire, were would it go if there is not a receptacle for it?
I looked up your unit and the motor replacement is WH20X10009 for the model you quoted. As of now GE is has updated this to model wh20x10006 for around 263 dollars.
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
First thin I would try is to check your thermal fuse for continuity.
Its located on the tunnel that incases the heasting element.
Try putting the machine into diagnostic mode. If it won't enter diagnostic mode, then you need to replace the main control board.
You also want to check the drain hose, the end of the hose is tapperd and tends to collect lint. Run a coat hanger up the hose and see if you can fish something out also check that belt.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
you can use terminal connector like on figures joint connector or lug connector
this are more convenient to use
easy to install and has insulated for connection.
insulated ring terminal connector
this is also good for connector more safe for circuit breaker suipply.
go to the nearest hardware or mall
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
For anyone else who may be reading this post, these instructions are for the T104 ONLY.
Connect your incoming line) 240 volt wires to terminals #1 and 3. Connect the outgoing 240 volt (load) wires to terminals # 2 and 4. Don't forget to connect both equipment ground wires (bare or green) to the "GR" terminal.
Do NOT connect anything to the "A" terminal.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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