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When i turn the machine on the machine just keeps going does not let water out, it appears the timer does not ell the machine what to do, engineer looking now at timer however he feels the wires have not been fixed properly by previous engineer, do you have a diagram or explanation on wiring up the timer

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Not to familiar with this D/W but from what you are saying , I'm guessing that the unit will go thorugh part of the cycle then stop and just keep washing? if that is the case you may have a heat problem the unit could be waiting for the thermost to reach a design temp prior to moving on some D/W i have seen run all night due to this

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