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I have downloaded the program and uploaded the GE wiring diagram to it,but cannot upload to this forum.I think,( if I understand the program right)that I need an E-MAIL address?

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200k MAX uploads to here..

or post it to some photo website

or email to me  ...

 

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Ihave downloaded the program and uploaded the GE wiring diagram to it,however I cannot upload to this site.If I understand the program right I nee an E-MAIL address.

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Strike this second reply,Im gonna try to send it to you.

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OK I E-MAILED you the GE diagram,did you get it?

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just got home ...

no, didn't get it ..

 



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I have resent it to you.It will be coming thru on a program called http://www.mediafire.com from don stokes.

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OK, got it ..

Still looks like either something stuck between the Tub and Basket OR the Timer...

Was that a new Timer ?


Is it the Washer Motor that hums ?

Check the voltage across the Start Winding

and across the Run Winding

 



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Thank you ever so much for taking the time to look at the diagram and for your help.I double checked and I cannot see anything between the tub and basket,however it does not turn as easily in the spin direction as in the agaitate in fact it is rather hard to,and you cannot turn it far before it binds up.Yes this is a new timer.What is humming is the motor.Checking voltage at the motor connector on the red wire I get 93 or about from red wire to ground.On the violet/white wire it is 120 and then it will drop back to around 100 or less off and on.Nothing on the other wires.This is with timer set to spin.

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check volatge:

across Start Winding: Red to Violet/White 

across Run Winding: White to Yellow

 

 

 



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Not getting anything now voltage wise,but the motor still hums.

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Tried again and getting some kinda strange readings,like low voltage.

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Have you checked lid switch. Bad switch will keep it from spinning but doesn't explain humming. Does tub drain completely? Will not spin if pump is not working properly.



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Lid switch test ok.There is no water in the machine at all.It will fill agaitate and drain but will not spin.

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llky wrote: Tried again and getting some kinda strange readings,like low voltage.
check again... low (or no) voltage will make the Motor hum ..

should read at least 100v ...

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Checked again,getting good voltage (120) from Red wire in the connector to ground on cabinet,also from blue wire on connector to cabinet ground,but when connected to motor same reading as before on winding it varies on volts.Wonder what's going on here? This is not a very good machine anyway so it's probably not worth putting money and time in it.

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: check volatge:

across Start Winding: Red to Violet/White 

across Run Winding: White to Yellow



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Where are you wanting me to check the voltage,on the motor itself or in the back of the connector pin?

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either place, as long as you measure voltages with the device connected



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OK got you.Now I'm not getting anything or almost anything from white to yellow wire.And from red to viloet/white around 88 to95 or so nothing is getting 120 volts.

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