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Hello, I can help you with this.How long was it between the auto stop working and the timed? Do you have a meter to verify voltage?
I would remove the back panel of the machine, verify that you have 220 at the outlet, reset the high limit and try it again. You can meter and verify 220v at the controller. If you found the machine has been slowly failing then most likely the board.
I think that the two failures are not linked. You have a bad humidity sensor which is why the auto wouldn't work. It may just be the temps sensor on the back if you get no response now. It's easy to remove the rear duct panel on the back and rest high limit and test for 220.
If the button clicks on the high limit then thats it, if not we would have to remove the control panel and do some tests there.
Let me know what you find.
You caould remove the panel and make sure that you are getting the voltage there but the odds of a bad wire are very low.
You here no sounds when trying to start the unit correct?
no sounds from machine
You need the board then, hate to say. Do you have the whole model number? with the /xx after it?
Mod. WTA3510US 83/IV
Thanks looking up the part right now.
Here is the control module you need.
appliancepartspros lists different model numbers. They mention UC4 and UC3. why are the numbers different? What does the 83/IV mean? Perhaps IV stands for 4?
I never heard of the IV suffix. It didn't end up mattering. I looked up the part on the bosch tech page and it says good for all 3510's, then looked at appliance vendors for a cheap price.
The model number is XXXXX twice on the tag. The model number before the FD# XXXXX XXXXX one you want but it didn't matter in this case.