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Re: Washer won't turn on
When you lift the lid, and close it, do you here the clicking of the lid switch? On the newer models, sometimes if that switch isnt working, it wont do anything at all. If the lid switch is ok, you can lift the console (two screws in the sides and rear of console) and look to see if maybe the plug has come undone. You will see the wire and the clip that it connects to on the timer side or in center. Let me know!! Jim
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The first thing to check is if your power outlets have surge protector breakers. Try plugging in another simple appliance like a lamp into the outlet and make sure the outlet has power.
If the outlet is fine try plugging in the TV and listening very carefully from the back of the TV for a subtle click noise. The power supply has a mechanical relay that switches when the TV receives power. If you can not hear the click and there are no stand by or power lights illuminated then you likely have a power supply problem. This could range from a blown fuse to a bad capacitor up to a burnt out power regulator. Anything more serious than those problems may warrant simply replacing the whole power supply. Depending on your TV that board could cost anywhere from $50-$175. The power supply can be tested using a multimeter to determine if it is the source of the problem but this should not be attempted unless you have some electroics repair training and are aware of the dangers involved in working on high voltage electronics.
You say the unit is 220 volt, but the plug you installed has a white wire which is normally on a 120 volt outlet. A 220 volt outlet would have 2 black wires and ground. If you do have 220 there, and the reset does no good, I've seen those resets(they are basically built in GFI) blow out and had to bypass/put different chord on. there are fuses on the control board but I would check that last
If you have plugged the tub into another outlet and the jets work fine, it is not a control module problem. The tub should be plugged into a gfci outlet. If it is, there may be a reset switch on the plug it is plugged into, or there may be a switch somewhere else in your bathroom that has the reset switch on it. You can buy a tester for about $3 or $4 that plugs into your outlet to test if it has power. Hope this helps.
hello, is it plugged into a gfi outlet ?in most newer kitchen with in the past 15 years most outlets are gfi in your kitchen,thay have a breaker build into the outlet that you can reset on the cover of the outlet also check your breaker on your main power breaker panel and try a different outlet to make sure the wiring for that outlet is'nt bad, also check the plug wires make sure there not loose if nothing then you'll have to take your blender apart to check the internal components.