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Hello,

There is the inline thermal fuse which is wired into the red wire connected to the control board. Very likely this fuse is open.

- The inline thermal fuse Part number: 9781691

Part number: 9781691


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Hello,

There is the inline thermal fuse which is wired into the red wire connected to the control board. Very likely this fuse is open.

- The inline thermal fuse Part number: 9781691

Part number: 9781691


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Thank you Gene...i was told to try and reset the unit by unplugging for 2 minutes. Is this a viable first step or should i just replace this fuse first?
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I do not think that resetting the power will help in such situation. I also do not think that it is a good idea to replace the part without testing it for continuity first. It was just an educated guess on my side. You have to verify it.

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Your right...i'll check the fuse first...Thanks again Gene!
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You are welcome. Keep us posted.

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After checking the fuse and finding it intact i put the rear cover back on thinking my next move would be to call a qualified repair man...when i plugged it back in it started working and has been working great ever since. Thanks for the advise.
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Good news! Hopefully the problem gone.

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quite knowledgeable it has been to me to get the details in so depth. Being all new to this, i am finding it of immense helpful and appreciate the efforts
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Default ohm limits on the coils within the drain pump??

Does anyone know what the tolerance is for the coils inside of a drain pump I am wondering if mine isn't too high I know that is a long distance to carry a charge but I got 13 ohms when I tested it. is that within spec or is it a little high it has stopped the drain process once but all O-rings are good and wires test out fine. this is the second drain pump in 4 months.
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