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Old 04-21-2011, 06:43 AM
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Originally Posted by jeffepops View Post
Yes, I ran the normal wash cycle. I don't have a multimeter, but I did clip a simple 120/240v circuit tester to the yellow/black and blue leads. It did not light up at all over the first 5 minutes of the normal cycle, and when plugged into the switch, the switch did not open. I had the panel off of the door, so was able to observe that nothing moved anywhere. I ran it several times to be certain. Can't think of what else I should have done. Thanks!
Jeff, based on that, I would have to think you do have a bad timer,

Part number: AP2920568

Part number: AP2920568


Were it me, I would attach a 120 VAC test cord to the terminals of the bimetal switch, plug it into an outlet and make sure the bi metal switch worps and releases the dispenser door, first.

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