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Hotpoint wireing not sure which wires go where

HI IN CHANGING THE BEARING ON MY WMA52 I GOT THE BEARINGS OUT OK ORDERED A NEW KIT BUT IM UNSURE AS TO WHICH WIRES GO WHERE. wHERE THE WATER ENTERS THE WASHER AT THE BACK THERE R THREE TERMINALS BLUE,GREY AND ORANGE POINTS TO PLUG INTO . THE BLUE AND GREY ONES R FOR COLD ORANGE FOR HOT. I HAVE A LITTLE PLUG THING WITH RED AND BLACK WIRE I KNOW THAT GOES TO THE HOT TERMINAL WHICH IS ORANGE. THE OTHER TWO IM NOT SURE WHICH GOES WHERE THEY BOTH GO TO THE COLD BUT WHICH WAY ROUND I HAVE A PLUG WITH BLUE AND BLACK AND ONE WITH GREY AND BLACK WIRES CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHICH OF THESE GOES THE GREY TERMINAL AND WHICH GOES TO THE BLUE TERMINAL

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    Not quite there yet i know which solenoide is which but the wires r fixed lugs like you say only thing is im not sure which lug goes in which solenoid there colour coded but the coluors dont match the solenoids.
    black and red wire together which is colour coded red goes in the hot which im sure of solenoid is orange.

    so im left with a lug which is coded black with black and grey wire in.

    and lug which is coded grey with blue and black wire.

    can you tell me which of these goes in the cold solenoid and which goes in the conditioner.

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If its just a case of plugging one in each, then this then can only be done by trial and error, plug one into the cold and one into the conditioner, close the drawer set the machine off on a rinse only, watch where the water goes, if it goes into the conditioner cup then swap the plugs round, the cold should move the powder from behind the conditioner cup, the machine will not trip, you will just work the wrong solenoid, hope that helps, sometime it says a letter on one of the wires about a few inch from the plug, but i guess you have tried that. if i have helped don't forget to rate me thank you

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One of the wires will be the neutral and will have 3 ends to it (spades) all linked together (follow me)each one of the ends will go to one of the spades on each one of the solenoids (taps, now you will have a space on each solenoid to connect to the Blue generally indicated cold and Grey indicates conditioner, conditioner is generally the middle solenoid, if you follow the flow looking from above it goes furthest to the front of the washer (WMA models or later only) if the wires are as fixed lugs that is 2 wires are in a mold then just match the colours, the clue is on the back of the machine it also says C or H next to the respective solenoid, hope all is ok then

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