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That connector has 3 wires in it. It will be labeled on the plastic board enclosure MI3.With the machine unplugged, carefully remove that connector. Then, plug the machine back in and see if it will power up with that connector off.
I think they will be black or blue but don't go by color. Search first for the 3 wires connector then look for the marking.
The marking on the board enclosure will read MI3 in raised letters.
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Looking at the board, on the left side, second connector up from the bottom. What does it say?
Disconnect the connector at the red arrow on attached picture.
Correct. Disconnect and see if the control will turn on.
Great! That means the MCU, or Motor Control Unit, is faulty, nice work! Please allow me just a few minutes to prepare some information for you, thank you!
Those controls are not easy to read! :~)
The motor control is mounted on the base of the machine, under the tub. The rear service panel will come off to access it for replacement (back of machine). All connections simply unplug and plug in making for an easy repair!
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I sent a link to the board you need above.
It is very easy to replace, once you get the back panel off. All of the wire connectors will unplug just like that one and plug in on the new board.
Sure, it will not work, though, until that motor control is replaced.
You will need access to the back to replace the board and should be back in business after! :)
Hello, I see this question is still open and I was just following up to see if you require further assistance.