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 Posted: Fri Dec 1st, 2006 03:06 am
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AccApp



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No, really, you can start a new thread.

As a servicer who likes his customers to have stuff that works and problem free profitably I would replace the board and both ref thermistors and wait for the customer to call me for another appliance to break.


If you'd like to cheap out, try to bypass the plastic connectors by cutting them out and splicing the cut wires with butt connectors and using some heat shrink tubing to insure a water tight seal.



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