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The thing you are talking about is usually the size of a small book? Mine doesn't have one. Mine has a clear plastic thingon the side that is about 20" x15 inches and about an inch thick. http://c.searspartsdirect.com/lis_png/PLDM/50035230-00004.pngThe only wires connected to it connect to what I think is the inlet water tempsensor. I did remove the drain hose from the pump to this gizmo and still threwcode. The drain from the pump hooks up going streight up into this thing. Itpulls a quick U turn internally and then hooks up into the drain hose out. Justpast the U bend there is a passage which runs up about a foot into a smallresevoir that appears to overflow back into the tub. It would make a bunchsense that if there was a blockage in the external drain hose that it wouldbackfeed into this reservoir and set off a sensor. Problem is there are nowires hooked up and again, I did bypass it and same. I have a wireing diagram butno sequence of operation. One additional note not sure if relevant. When thedrain cycle starts, the pump will cycle on and off about every two seconds thenpump out. It usually throws the code during this pump out. It's like it knowsthere is water left but something is telling it that isnt going out.
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