Question about GE PDW7380NSS Stainless Steel Dishwasher
Sounds like a aground wire. Normally green or green with white/yellow stripe is ground. Is the dishwasher still functioning properly? If it is I would strongly suggest it being a secondary ground more then likely attaches to the frame of the unit. You may be able to see where it goes by lookin under but probably not without turning it up pside down.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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Each component should be labelled clearly on your diagram. Look at figure 6-A. The symbols used to represent each component are pretty universal.
Wire colors are abbreviated and shown next to each wire. For example, Y means a yellow wire, V means Violet, R means red, LBU means light blue. Black is usually abbreviated BK, blue is usually BU. GR or GN are green, GY is gray. A wire color with a dash or a slash means --- with a --- stripe. For example BU-W means Blue with a white stripe, T/R means tan with a red stripe.
Figure 6-A: Typical
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