Just bought a used unit, and looking for the wiring diag. there are three plugs on the bottom. One looks like it is for power connections, another for speakers?? third??? Video? do you have the install wiring for this unit?
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honestly have never seen a complete diag for anything older than 90 even in the manuals- for the time and headache factor would be easier to order a PAINLESS wiring harness- they make full kits for most everything
assumming its the cooling fan( which is only supposed to run to cool the controls). as per my diagram which wasnt very clear there is no thermostat controlling the fan , looks as though it gets its pawer directly form control board/clock assy , perhaps a relay is stuck closed, i would look for t he wire diag on the back of unit and trace back the fan wires perhaps theres a thermostat not listedn my diag.
Look at the plug wires. On the 4 prong plug, it should be labeled which ones are neutral. Some plugs even come with a diagram stating which wires lead where. Back to the plug itself, rule of thumb, the flattest part of the plug goes to the block, so lay the connections on the ground where they lay flat on the floor, left loop will got to left side of powerblock, right loop to the right side, the other 2 are used for a ground. look at the specs for the dryer also.
The wiring diagram for GE dishwashers is usually found under the dishwasher, take the bottom panel off, then look for a envelope about 3"x5" up against the bottom side of the floor of the dishwasher, right under/behind the front edge. If its not there it makes servicing it tougher. C3 code means the drain sensor is not functioning, C7 code means the temperature sensor is not functioning. As to the voltages used, I would only know that by looking at the wiring diagram (which I do not have).