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Kenmore HE2 FL harness help! 11047532602


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#1 estate618

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 07:41 AM

Took my CCU to the repair store to get a new one. (everytime I go to the store I bring the part I am replacing so I can make sure they are the same). Unfortunately, I did a bonehead thing by not marking where the connectors went on the CCU.

Long of the short does anyone have a pic or list of where the wires go on the CCU? I did notice the CCU has a designation on it and the wires I need help on are blue, black. I need help with:

3 black wire green mark on connector
2 black wire black mark on connector
2 black wire
2 blue wire blue mark on connector
3 blue wire red mark on connector
4 blue wire red mark on connector
4 blue wire blue mark on connector
6 blue wire

Open connector spots

PR6
M13
DS2
TH2
D16
VCH7
DP2
DL3

Thanks for any and all help in advance....

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 08:29 AM

If memory serves, these connectors are keyed,meaning they will only fit it the space that they go in...a little trial and error will confirm this.
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Posted 02 April 2011 - 10:27 AM

And why aren't you buying the CCU through this site? :/

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Posted 02 April 2011 - 11:48 PM

Well.......I didnt know about this site until yesterday. Ididnt actually buy a new CCU I just took mine to see if an appliance boneyard had one.

Thanks for the info, the connectors are keyed. installed my old CCU .

Wierd, I thought the motor was OK BC I took it out and hooked power to it and it ran. I thought it meant the CCU was bad.

So I ran another cycle and noticed when it got to drain part it didnt drain. took the plug out (drained water) and realized the motor wasnt spinning. took a pencil and wiggled the blade and the motor ran completed a cycle. Ill try another load and post the results later.

I forgot to mention I pulled a handfull of change out of the trap and the motor looked like it wore unevenly on one side. Looks like Ill order a new motor, hopefully the old one will hold up long enough for the wifey to catch up on a few loads!

thanks again!

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Posted 03 April 2011 - 12:29 PM

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