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Old 04-20-2011, 01:57 PM
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So, I ordered the new bimetal switch and installed it -- the cup does not open, no voltage to the switch. Should I just replace the timer? The yellow/black and blue wires both look to be in perfect condition. Is it possible the timer works for all the other cycles, but does not send current to bimetal switch? Thanks

Jeff,

Yes, it's possible the timer increment could be bad, but that's not a common occurence.

You should have the voltage at the switch for 60 to 90 seconds, and a couple of minutes into the main wash cycle, is that how you tested the circuit and voltage ?

If you're sure the wires are OK, and with the new switch( I wouldn't expect that to be bad) then go with a new timer.


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