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I have disconneted a pump to the Beko D3422FS to check and clean the impeller. Sadly I didn't take clear enough notes on the wiring connections and the macine is now tripping the mains. Does anyone have a wiring diagram for this, or even just a photo of the pump connections in situ.

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I downloaded some circuit diagrams from rapidshare after contacting an expert on

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There are three wires on the base of the motor, Red, Brown and White.

The White conects to the double violets on a conector
The Red to one side of the capacitor (side nearest the motor)
The brown one caused a lot of confusion. I believe this attached both to the yellow connection and then onto the spade connection on the other side of the capacitor.

This is one I slept on, and had an Epiphany.

The circuit diagrams didn't apear too clear to me. They don't sem to indicate which connections go to the capacitor, just the pump cluster as a group. I may be wrong, but have connected as above and will get the father-in-law to check them before I plug the machine back in.

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3. Verify ALL drain lines - this includes the line from the bottom of the wash tub to the inlet side of the drain pump. This is a common area for small articles of clothing such as socks and undergarments to get caught. I know you said you checked the drain line, but did you check the line on the inlet side?

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check that there are no kinks in the drain pipe or that the pipe way is clear.

Thanks J

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