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I put the meter on the purple connection and ground. I blew on the hose and could hear the switch "operate" but it did not register on the meter. Does that mean that switch is bad?
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The new switch acts the same as the old switch, and the problem still exists. that is with the body off, and the machine unplugged, blowing on the tube activates the switch, but doesn't change the ohm reading.
Did you get my message from the 17th? It wasn't the pressure switch. It still won't spin. I put the new one in, emptied the water, put it all back together, and it still sits there once it fills with water. I don't think I was checking the continuity on the switch correctly. I took my old switch apart, and alligator clipped onto the tabs- I had continuity when activating it. I tried the same with the new and again it acts just like the old. Putting it back together (with the new switch), I realized I had disconnected the ground on the back of the panel, so I was probably reading it improperly by following the video, because my ground was disconnected.
What else could it be?
Nope. That didn't do it.
Yes. I put a connecting wire with solderless spade terminals jumped across the gray and white wires. I could send you pictures from my iphone if you think it would help.
... and testing it from the back of the connector confirms there is continuity between the two wires.