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First, yes, that is the level sensor I tried to replace and the hose is clear of obstructions.
So, the unit will consistently start and run with no water.
- If I turn it off unplug/plug-in the sensor and then power on - no change
- If I turn it off and change sensors - no change
- If I manipulate the wires/harness - no change
However, if I start the unit and then briefly unplug/plug-in the sensor it immediate fills with water and functions normally for the balance of the wash cycle.
There are two PCBs, which do I replace next? I am assuming the "main" PCB.
PART NUMBER: DC92-00301A
Assy pcb s
PART NUMBER: DC92-00303A
So, last question. The original part was DC92-00303A, Sears says to substitute with DC92-00303D, and another site says DC92-00303J can be used for either.
Most places seem to be out of stock for the "A" version, but I can find both "D" and "J" with "J" having the best price.
See the link below, it is $90 vs $147. Any thoughts?
the one from the link at the bottom is the same part and cheaper. I would go for that one. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/samsung-assy-pcb-main-dc92-00301j-ap4700467.html they just use their own part number