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What is the model and was that the original issue?
What is the complete model and the part number of the parts you changed out
I am not sure on this issue I will see if Kelly is available still.
Hi, Jeff, sorry for the delayed reply. IT sounds like something is shorted and taking out the electronics or some other odd issue. Have you ever looked at the incoming voltage at the outlet, the outlet connections and polarity and is the machine well grounded at the outlet?
I am not sure then, you have replaced everything. If not a power supply issue, it likely has a short in the machine but it will be near impossible to track down if it is taking the board out when installed.
No, I suspect the parts are getting damaged at installation, though. That is more likely than a faulty new part but you could try another new machine control.
I mean not installation related damage, but a shorted component that, when the control is powered up, damages the new control.
It is probably from the motor circuit, that is the highest amp draw circuit. What happens if you unplug the motor and try to start a cycle? Does the behavior change?
Roger that, keep me posted!
I suspect you have a short somewhere in the wiring. Without being there to meter through it all and with it being intermittent, I can only recommend you test everything with a meter for a short.