|Samurai Appliance Repair Man|
Were you able to locate the wiring diagram?
I removed the front panel and searched behind the soundproofing and such. I couldn't find the prints.
Sounds to me like your fill solenoid may be shorted. Why not do the same thing again only this time disconnect the two wires going to the fill solenoid.
Or you could ohm it out if you have a meter.
I jumped the float wires w/ it and the fill solenoid disconnected and the breaker still kicked. I was suspiscious about the fill solenoid because it has read 1120, 1135, and now it reads 1105 ohms- that's disconnected w/ a Fluke meter. It's looking more and more like I'm going to have to call a repairman, I've found it very difficult to troubleshoot w/out prints. Unless someone knows how I can access some prints, I'm going to have to stick to fixing elevators.
Last edited on Sun Apr 24th, 2005 06:38 pm by elevatorman