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 Posted: Sun Aug 15th, 2010 12:51 am
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Yes sir Reg. is correct. If this motor works in spin it should work in wash. Try it on another wash cycle.

You can verify this by taking a 2 conductor power cord and adding an extra conductor to each side  of the cord (2 neutral and 2 hots)

attach 1 side of the cord to terminals 1 & 4 and the other side of the cord to terminals 2 & 3. To check low speed agitation move the wire that is on terminal 3 to terminal 5

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