Table 3-1. Direct Support Troubleshooting
TEST OR INSPECTION
WASHER WILL NOT OPERATE.
Step 1. Check for broken wiring. Use a multimeter and test wiring for continuity.
If wire is broken, replace defective wire. (Refer to paragraph 3-7).
If wire is not damaged, proceed to next step.
Step 2. Check for cracked, worn, or broken motor parts, damaged shaft, threads, and bent
a. If motor is damaged, repair or replace drive motor. (Refer to paragraph 3-13.)
b. If motor is not damaged, proceed to next step.
Step 3. Check for motor overload.
If motor overloads, repair or replace bearing as required. (Refer to paragraph
WASHER WILL NOT FILL WITH COLD/HOT WATER (AUTOMATIC MODE).
Step 1. Check air trap and level sensing tubing for clogs.
a. Replace or clean components.
b. If air trap system and level sensing tubing is all right proceed to next step.
Step 2. Check for defective level switch.
a. Replace level switch.
b. If level switch is functioning properly proceed to next step.
Step 3. Replace 1CR4 with known good relay.
If relay is good proceed to next step.