The power will not come on. The circuits are fine and it is plugged in.
I used it and it worked fine, then the next load that I put in the light would not come of for the power when I pushed the power button. We have checked the circuits and they are fine, and the plug is in the wall.
Our model is LEW005OPQ if that makes any difference.
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Whatever part, motor, or electrical load that ground is for will not work. For instance, a motor is an electrical load, put power to it -it won't operate without a path to ground after the load. A lighting bulb is an electrical load. Send power to it. and the bulb won't light, power will not travel through the bulb filament making it bright, without a path to ground after the bulb. Every electrical load has to have a path to ground, or it will not work-the reason for the term "circuit"-every wiring circuit (starting circuit, light circuit, ignition circuit, etc.) begins at the power source and ends at the power source. The ground completes the circuit back to earth (ground), and as you know, all grounds go to metal frame, and thus go back to the battery. If the circuit is not complete, the electrical load will not operate. See?
f your washer doesn't seem to work at all, check these:
No power Lid switch No power
to see whether power is getting to the washing machine. Is it plugged
in? Has a fuse blown or is a circuit breaker tripped?
the lid switch is defective, your washer can't spin and may not
function at all. The switch is inside the washing machine main housing
near the door frame. Often you have to raise or open the top or front
of the washer to get to the switch. If it's defective, you need to
Some machines have a special lid-switch fuse near
the lid switch, inside the control panel. If this fuse blows, the unit
won't fill with water until you replace the fuse.
1( tight the ribbon cable and clean it, 2) tight the plug from display board , and clean it. 3) tight the display board vs lower board and clean it unplugged the power 4) test the fuse and replace if necessary or c.breaker reset. 5( Finally adjust the REED SWITCH , clean it and tight the plug very well see the diagram attached. 6) see the block attached. finally the display board can be faulty. God bless you
Yes! unfortunately it is, the reason why the power adapter has the high pitch noise is because the power supply is being loaded down by the motherboard, it may be due to the DC jack in the laptop or the charging circuits on the motherboard causing the problem. However there is one way to find out, remove the main battery to see if the high pitch noise goes away, if it does! it will prove where the problem is. It is also very possible that the battery is loading the whole circuitry, because it may have a high resistance short, enough to cook the power supply, I have seen this in very rare cases and is one for the books.
If the dryer is doing nothing at all, sounds like you lost power to it or the door switch has failed even if you hear a clicking sound. Check to see if you have power at the outlet where the dryer is plugged in. Use a hair dryer or other portable device. If there is no power there, check the circuit breaker for that outlet. It may have tripped.
disconnect the power first
then remove top cover
using a digital test meter carefully check the on/off switch for continuity using the ohms setting if you do not have a digital meter a test light will work fine too
my machine had this fault and the power switch was open circuit on the live side of the switch fitted a replacement machine working fine in about ten minutes
There isn't a fuse. You are going to need to remove the cover on the opener and find out where you are losing the power. Maybe a neighbor has a volt meter you could use. I would check the power cord and then the logic board. Makes no sense but I would check for burnt or missing traces on the printed circuit board especially around that small transformer.
You said: Everything was working fine, now we get no panel lights, the dryer
light doesn't, dead in the water! Checked the plug...unplugged it and
plugged it back in. Checked the circuit breaker...ok. What next?
I'm sorry to tell you that you need hands on service. If I were there hands on I could diagnose the problem.
You may have an electronic malfunction and that only a trained technician can diagnose!
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HI THIS SOUNDS LIKE A CIRCUIT BOARD FAULT PROBABLY BLOWN 3 SMALL COMPONENTS & A BIT OF TRACK ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT HAND SIDE OF BOARD.IT IS USUALLY ONE OF 2 FAULTS THAT CAUSE THIS EITHER A MOTOR PROBLEM IE CARBON BRUSHES TOO LOW OR FAULTY MOTOR THE OTHER THING THAT USUALLY BLOWS THE BOARD IS THE DOOR INTERLOCK GOING FAULTY. I HAVE REPAIRED LOADS OF THESE BOARDS & 9 TIMES OUT OF 10 ITS ONE OF THEM THAT BLOWS IT HOPE THIS HELPS!