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You have a bad main control board, capacitors in the board are prob faulty lowering voltage. Also it sounds like the relay may be sticking at times causing the unit to run constantly. I would say you could have a wiring issue but the fact that sometimes it never stops running is definitely the main control board.
Part #: DC92-00123A I have linked you to the part as sears but you may find one cheaper on ebay or amazon.
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yes you should have 120 volts to the black wire then after the power is started and relay clicks should have 120 volts through brown wire that goes to belt the switch.
have you checked the door switch?
I am at a loss on this one, maybe another tech can be of more help. Thanks.