From the wiring dia and my testing I know the 2 14gage wires are the ones for the open/close situation as far as water level. wiring dia and my blowing into the tube confirms that. As a mater of fact thse 2 are in a single plastic connector. these are the 2 wires that all level sensors have.
My question is "WHAT" is the tiny 3rd wire for. It is close to the other 2 but obviousily for a different purpose???????????????
I'm assuming it is not there just because they had some extra wire. And an outside chance it could deal with our problem. the mini manual we found mentioned a devise that would shut down the water if it ran for more than 40 minutes?????
Is there any way I could send you this diagram and a picture of our switch??
diagram also showed an upper water level and a "lower" water level devise.
1-10-13 I've decided to buy another cir brd. Came to the conclusion that if the board is not sending a signal (15 v ac) to the level sw, it wouldn't make any difference what the tiny 3rd wire was for.
To fill, the machine sends a signal to level sw and if the contacts are closed the signal would return and the cir brd would send 120 v to the fill valves.
Im fairly confident if I ran a jumper across the levle sw leads (in a working machine) , water would run until it was running out the laundry room door.
How do I add some money for your additional time?? I really appreciate your effort.