You might be able to contact Cosco for a manual or diagrams of where everything goes, there info is:
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There is a common issue with those machines and the wiring harness, when the machine spins, the drum causes the wire harness to flex and vibrate and this can cause the wires to break loose. To check this you need to unhook and unplug the unit and drain it, Then you can lay it down and look under it to see what is causing the issue;
We had a problem with our dishwasher, it just went crazy one day and lights would light up but ours did not wash or anything...anyways upon further investigation found out by taking 6 large round head screws off,, the handle and outer cover came off, then there was a cover that was covering a circuit board and this was the brains of the washing machine, ordered the part from sears 160.00 and washer is all set. good luck. oh ya, upon further exam. when I took the board off could see discoloration on part of the circuit board. this means burned out resistor or fuse.
I have the same machine and it's the 2 solenoids for the cold water inlet at the back. I took the top cover off with 2 screws at the back and the 2 solenoids are connected by 2 screws. I dont know the price as i cleaned mine by flushing fresh water through and the spraying a little wd40 into both parts and it works fine now or just buy new part it's easy to fit but make sure always the mains is disconnected.
You are the one looking at it and no one can guess what you see or dont see. Get a techo to have a look......if you cant find how to dissassemble something......what competence level are you bringing to the fitting of a safety switch??
have you received an answer yet??? I have had to take off and put back on mine at least 10 times now.....If you still don't have an answer I will take mine apart and re-cover and write steps down as I go....it is a hard cover to take on and off....it still takes me about 20mins to get it all together....you may want to consider buying a easy remove cover to go overtop of your pre-existing one. Let me know if you need help
sounds as if perhaps a wire is off on the side of the motor assy, l;ook at he wiring harness, sometimes a "chugging " noise occurs form the motor when one of the harnesses is not attached. and yes its normal to wash with the lid open, not to spin however( thats a saftey issue)
i have just bought one of these second hand so wanted to wash it all. No problems doing it at all. All clean & new ready to go. (put it on handwash in washing machine) It took me a while to work out how to get certain bits off but easy once you know how. Hope this helps x