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Whirlpool Commercial washer Cam2762TQ0

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Need manual for this commercial washer

 

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The washer is set to a large load and fills to the large to wash and when it goes to fill for the rinse it only fills half way. I was wondering if on a commercial washer specifically this model were they trying to conserve water by only filling to that amount on the rinse.

This washer has 2 pressure switches in it.

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Greg

 

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did you motice the NOTE at the bottom of the Wiring Didgram ?

FEATURE CONNECTOR 2
CONNECTION LOCATION
NOT USED ON ALL MODELS

FEATURE CONNECTOR 2 TO BE USED ONLY ON UNITS SOLD OUTSIDE OF UNITED STATES:  :whistling:
FOR DEEP FILL RINSE WHEN LARGE WASH CYCLE IS SELECTED,
FEATURE CONNECTOR TO BE PLUGGED INTO V-Y WIRE FROM TIMER SWITCH IOA

CAM2762TQ0 Parts List

CAM2762TQ0 Installation

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Thanks for the help [user=3641]RegUS_PatOff[/user]

I just seen that there before you posted your reply. I am from Canada so the connector 2 should be on.

I did not have a wiring diagram for the machine to see that.

I apprciate your help

Thanks

Greg

 

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