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is this the board you replaced ?
2 days, I also placed a fan on the open control top to dry and also pulled the interface and utilized a hair dryer on the Interface board.
Just a puddle. I don't think it was enough to hit the motor . I check and no signs of water in the bottom portions of the unit. Also, the interface is tucked up and well protected . The water appears to enter the control area via a 1" shield with a wire bundle to the control board. Also, the area where the water solenoids' was flooded. the unit was running when this happened.
Ok, I'll order the interface. My supplier is also sending me a replacement controller . Thanks for the advice. You know it's a crap shoot when dealing with computerized units
thats for sure ! it is a crap shoot and if you can get the control on you can even really test anything, good luck and well wishes, Bryan