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CONTROL PANEL IS GONE

HUSBAND IS TRYING TO INSTALL NEW CONTROL PANEL CAN I GET THE SKIMATICS TO SEE HOW THE WIRES HOULD BE ATTACHED

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Jay...schematics will not likely help you. Most control panels have wiring that will only go in one way...with plugs. Many also label the connections. Use that as your guide first. Your model number is incomplete. Can't help more.

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