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Hi,
You can get an electrical discharge. Depending on the intensity of the current it carries ( number of amperes) you may get electrocuted (the heart stops, you may get burns, and you may die), especially if you touch a wire fallen from a power line.
If you want to read a bit more about it here is a short article in Wikipedia.
By the way, what does this quaetion have to do with calculators?
Hope it helps.

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My Roper washing machine will not complete a cycle. It stops before it gets to rinse. If I turn it off and wait a few hours, it will run and finish if I waited long enough. Could the motor be dying?


ATTACHEMENTS ON HOW TO TEST MOTOR


The following test must be made on one-, two-, and three-speed drive motors:

1.
Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/black wire from the motor.

2.touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white wire from the motor.

3.The ohmmeter should showZEROresistance (continuity). If not, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

Start Winding

4.
Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the black wire from the motor.

5.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the yellow wire from the motor.

6.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 4-10 ohms.

7.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

High Winding

8.
Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white wire from the motor.

9.touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the blue wire from the motor.

10.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 0-4 ohms.

11.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

12.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/black wire from the motor.

13.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the blue wire from the motor.

14.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-5 ohms.

15.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

The following test must be made on two-speed drive motors, along with steps 1-15:

Low Winding

16.
touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the violet wire from the motor.

17.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white wire from the motor.

18.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-7 ohms.

19.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

20.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the violet wire from the motor.

21.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the blue wire from the motor.

22.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-7 ohms.

23.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

24.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the violet wire from the motor.

25.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/black wire from the motor.

26.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-7 ohms.

27.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

The following test must be made on three-speed drive motors, along with steps 1-27:

Ex-Low Winding

28.
Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white wire from the motor.

29. Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/orange wire from the motor.

30.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-5 ohms.

31.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

32.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white wire from the motor.

33.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/violet wire from the motor.

34.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-5 ohms.

35.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

36.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the blue wire from the motor.

37.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/orange wire from the motor.

38.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-5 ohms.

39.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

40.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the blue wire from the motor.

41.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/violet wire from the motor.

42.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-5 ohms.

43.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

44.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/black wire from the motor.

45.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/orange wire from the motor.

46.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-5 ohms.

47.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

48.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/black wire from the motor.

49.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/violet wire from the motor.

50.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 1-5 ohms.

51.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

52.Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/orange wire from the motor.

53.Touch the other ohmmeter probe to the terminal on the white/violet wire from the motor.

54.The ohmmeter should show a reading between 2-8 ohms.

55.If you do not get this reading, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.

The following three (3) checks must be made on all one-, two-, and three-speed drive motors to check for an internal failure (short):

56.
Touch and hold one ohmmeter probe to the drive motor housing.

57.
One at a time touch the other ohmmeter probe to each of the wires (terminals)coming from the drive motor.

58.
The ohmmeter should show an open circuit when each of the wires (terminals)are checked. If not, the drive motor is bad and needs replacing.


HOW TO live TEST a G.E - MOTOR

After removing the cabinet follow the wires from the motor halfway up the tub. Then cut and splice the ORANGE, the BLUE, the VIOLET /WHITE, & the RED wires.
Now using a long long extension cord with the end connector cut off and exposing the 2 end wires stripped back about an inch.

To check the spin cycle: Connect and splice the RED & the Blue wires to one end of the extension cord wire. And the ORANGE & WHITE /VIOLET to the other end of extension cord, be sure to use but connectors or electrical tape. Plug in the cord an the wash cycle should start? If not the motor is bad.

To check the wash cycle: Connect the BLUE and the WHITE/VIOLET wires to one end of cord. And the ORANGE & RED connected to the other end of cord, then plug in and the wash cycle should start? If not the motor is bad.

By the way my advice is free cuz God is good!


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Westek touchtronic 3 level dimmer


Copy following link for illustration showing how to wire Westek touch dimmer
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Westek-touch-dimmer.html
Add a comment and describe wire colors and what you have done so far.
Does lamp have touch dimmer installed now? Does lamp have metal surface to attach yellow wire so dimmer receives impulse from human touch?

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Hi,
Check the starter,wire connection harness and starter solenoid.
That high amp means a power that was being drain by the solenoid or the starter motor.
Disconnect the wire terminal of the starter and connect your ignition, you will see that it will not drain power from your battery and solve your fuse popping.
Then pull down the starter, overhaul it and clean/lubricate the bushing. If you can't do the starter a mechanic can do it for you.

Hope that helps you.

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The blue simply splits two ways within the loom, and these are earths. The black carries a pulsing voltage to drive the LED, and the red (which should measure a constant 5v on a voltmeter) is an input which senses when a key is touched on the pad.

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You're now left with one BLACK and one BLUE wire which drive the LED, and two pins on the unit which have no connections. The LED will only light when you get these the correct way around. You will not do no harm if you connect them the wrong way round - the LED will simply remain unlit.

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