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Author Topic: Service Manual Request - GE Profile Prodigy WPSE4200A0WW that won't Start  (Read 1509 times)

Offline rockinrobin

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This top-load washer won't start (totally dead) when pressing the start button and no lights on display (has voltage at wall outlet).
I'm thinking it's the Display Control Board but was wondering if it could be related to something else.
Therefore, does anyone have the Service Repair Manual (part number unknown) or any knowledge regarding won't start issue.

Offline fairbank56

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  Just a standard GE "T" model with electronic control. If you have 120vac between control board 6 pin connector pin 1 (red/white) and 11 pin connector pin 4 (white/red) but it won't start, then control board is bad.

Eric

Here is the service manual.


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Thanks for the Manual!

Question's:
Do I need to Start Wash Cycle before (or press the Start button during) AC Voltage testing?
Also, do I place meter probe on Pin 1 of Pin 6 Connector and Pin 4 of Pin 11 Connector.
If no, which pin/wire is neutral on the Pin 6 and Pin 11 Connector's.
« Last Edit: October 18, 2014, 07:43:34 PM by rockinrobin »

Offline fairbank56

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  No, you don't need to start a wash cycle. This is power directly to control board from power cord. One meter probe on pin 1 of 6-pin connector (L1 hot side), and other probe on pin 4 of 11-pin connector (Neutral). Should have 120vac.

Eric