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Post# 50921   12/13/2004 at 18:38 (6,935 days old) by pumper (SE Wisconsin)        

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At the end of the final spin, the motor quit and the timer doesn't advance. It fills and drains but doesn't tumble. The troubleshooting sheet said to check the fuse on the speed control board. It is white. Is that a bad or good fuse? It says if the fuse is bad to replace the board. I checked the connections and everything is tight. I don't have anything to check voltage so any ideas are appreciated.

Post# 50934 , Reply# 1   12/13/2004 at 20:34 (6,935 days old) by partscounterman (Cortez, Colorado)        
You need a voltage meter

I really know of no other way to check. Without a meter you are only guessing. If you are not sure how to use a meter ask a friend who understands electricity. You can buy a meter cheap enough. Better, more expensive meters are simply more rugged for everyday use. A cheap meter will do OK as long as you don't drop it.

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