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Old 02-18-2011, 06:46 AM
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Disconnect the pink wire (PK) from your timer. Take a multi-meter and test from the pink wire (PK) spade on your timer to the black wire (BK) on your timer in timed dry mode. When you try to start it, if you see voltage then you will have a bad timer. If no voltage is present, then you have a bad motor. Hope this helps. Here is the part number for the timer.Part number: AP4043746

Part number: AP4043746
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