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INDESIT LAVABIANCHERIA WIA 82 (EX) 60 HZ

THERE IS A POWER FAILURE FROM THIS PRODUCT. I HAVE ONLY USED THIS 6 TIMES FROM THE TIME IT IS BOUGHT BY MY HUSBAND IN DUBAI, UAE AND HAVE A CARGO HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES... IT IS CHECKED BY THE AUTHORIZED TECHNICIAN OF INDESIT HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES... AND THEY NOTICED THAT THERE IS AN EXPLOSION FROM THE BOARD INSIDE... HOW CAN WE DETECT IT? THERE IS NO DIAGRAM INSIDE THE LEAFLET OR MANUAL... COULD YOU PLEASE GIVE US A DIAGRAM OF THE CONTROL BOARD OF THIS PRODUCT?

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Hello Novs,
The only you can get a diagram of your machine is from a service technicain or from a service center.
I hope this information helps,
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This sounds like a case where the Philippines use a 50hz power source and maybe you use 60 hz in UAE? If that is the case then getting 6 loads out of it is kind of amazing. The way these things are these days it is better to buy a new or used one since the cost of a new main board and a technician installing it correctly....might have to have a certain software update to it, it is just not worth the trouble. Besides, more than one thing might have blown. You replace one and it still might not work or the real problem will blow the board again. Unless you are a highly qualified technician on this particular unit it is probably best to chalk it up to a lesson learned.

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