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 Posted: Thu Sep 9th, 2010 02:44 am
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I also just realized there are (2) red wires in the P8 connector, sorry, didn't catch that before. Lets redo that voltage check to make sure you were checking the correct "red" wire.

The Red to Orange voltage test is for the Red that is between the Orange and yellow. Not the red at the end of the connector. If you still get no voltage remove the door latch as the Samurai instructs and on the (3) terminal connector you should read continuity on all 3 terminals. Or you can do it from the top just unplug the harness from the board and read through the connector (orange, yellow,red)



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Looks like the nub is broken off. Would this create the control board problems?

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No nub, no workie, try pressing in on the the broken nub and see if you get a response in the spin cycle



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Replaced the Door Latch assembly and everything worked. Returned the control board for refund. I must have been measuring voltage incorrectly. They should make that plunger nub out of die cast zinc for better durability. Thanks for everyones help and suggestions. Great web site.

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Glad you got it going :)

As far as making the nub more durable.....it would last too long if they did that ;)



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