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Hi, welcome to Just Answer. My name is ***** ***** I look forward to helping you! There are two things that may be causing the power not to come on. There is a filter board right where the power comes into the machine that may be faulty. Or, the main machine control may be faulty. Do you have a meter to perform any testing with? We need to test to see if there is power coming out of that filter board.
Sure, just post the model number of the meter you get and we can walk through testing together!
Sure, that one will read AC voltage, that is all we need.
If you can post a picture once the top has been removed of the area by where the power cord comes in, I can mark the picture for you.,
Y0040 in the picture at the diagram at the link below is the filter I speak of. We just need to see if the voltage is getting through that to the main control. If it is, then the main control PCB is faulty.
Great! Meter to be set on the red 750V setting, just clockwise from the off position. The brown and blue wires from the cord are the line voltage and neutral. When you touch the leads (one to brown, one to blue), you should read line voltage, about 230 VAC. I can't see the colors coming out of the filter to the control, they appear to be black and white, is that correct?
The red white and blue don't come out of the filter. The filter wires are on the bottom. The brown and blue from the cord are attached and then I can't see the others but they will be the output to the PCB. So the brown and black to the PCB should show line voltage as well as the brown and blue from the cord. You will need to touch the metal connectors in the plastic insulators to read the voltage.
If you have verified power to the PCB, the PCB is faulty and will need to be replaced.
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