TEST #5 Automatic Temperature ControlThis test checks the water inlet valves, the temperature sensor, and the machine/motor control.1. Check the valves by performing Test #2, before continuing to the next step.2. Ensure proper hose connections and that household's hot water is present.3. Plug in washer or reconnect power.4. Remove all clothes from the machine.5. Select POWER
If the resistance is not within this range, go to step 11.If the resistance is within this range, go to step 12.11. Using an ohmmeter, measure continuity between all pins on the P9 connector and the thermistor contacts. If there is continuity, replace the logvalve assembly. If there is no continuity, replace the upper harness.12. The log valve and upper harness are good. Replace the machine/motor control assembly. See Reinstalling the Electronic Assemblies.
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If you are able to unplug the dryer and safely access the components in the console, you can check the wiring harness connections on the machine control board. If you do not find a problem with any wiring connections (especially between the user interface and the main control board), then the user interface control will likely need to be replaced to fix this problem.
The procedures for access and replacing the control boards are provided in the image below. The image below shows a model with the motor control. As noted above, your model does not have this component.
If you need to replace the user interface control board, you can order it from the Sears PartsDirect website. The part number is XXXXX
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