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Hello..It is my Pleasure To Be Working With You Today...WHen you replaced the control..did you also replace the jumper wire from the old board..?
No, which one is the jumper wire?
The board assemblies are identical. The only wires i see are 4 flat wires from under the larger board (under the transformer) leading to the smaller board for the load size & speed control. They are built in on both boards and appear unserviceable unless you take the entire assembly apart.
Looking at the board, with those wires (cable) leading to the right..There should be a white plastic terminal at the just above the transformer on the board..At this location should be a jumper wire leading from two of the terminal locations..Which would be on the old board.
There are no jumper wires or unnassigned wires on either the new or old board
I may have caused some confusion with my intial information. I initialy said it was a GE WH12X10225 unit. That was actualy the part number for the board assembly. The unit is a WJSE3110. It is probably from 2000 when the house was built. In 2010 the board fried, and I replaced it. Was working fine for a while. Earlier this summer, had a power loss while it was running. unit died, all the lights were flashing and the unit would not work. i left it unplugged over night. Plugged it in the next day and it worked fine. Had another power loss a couple months later, while not running, lights flashing and not working. Again left it unplugged over night, for a full day, for a few days, no change. Figured it was a bad board again, just installed the replacement one, and same thing when plugged in, lights blinking unit not working.
How did the board work for 2 years without that jumper?
Sorry but I don't believe your diagnosis is correct. The unit can't just work with missing wires for nearly 3 years, and the picture you sent is of a WH19X0163 not a WH12X10225.