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F&P GWL11 Pump Motor Specs?


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#1 jgf150

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Posted 18 September 2011 - 07:58 AM

When unplug and plug back in the last 2 wash lights are lit and the first 2 rinse lights are lit. I can't get it to enter diagnostic mode at all.

I emailed Admin to try and get a manual.

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Posted 18 September 2011 - 01:50 PM

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Posted 19 September 2011 - 03:38 PM

All,

First off let me say thanks for the Manuals today Admin's!! I want to post here on what I have done today to ensure before I order parts I'm not doing so in vein!

Two days ago the unit stopped mid-cycle. the Motor Control board has been replaced twice in this unit for a blown fuse previously. The last time it occured I just soldered a glass fuse on the back side of the board and got by for the past three years with no problems. Well this time was no different, I took the Control board out and it had a blown fuse again. The 250V 6.3A fuse again. I desoldered an resoldered a new fuse on the board. Well I hooked everything back up and was able to get some lights to come on the display. After receiving the Service manuals I went through the whole thing. It's acting real funny! I can't get the display to go into Diag mode or do anything for that matter. I can unplig the cord and plug back in and a whole different set of lights will come on. At times all lights will come on and other different lights will come on. One thing I do notice that is wierd is that when the OOB/Lid connector is connected the display will just flash some lights then immediately go out. If I unplug the connector when the unit is plugged into the wall I will get 4 lights. The last 2 wash lights and 1st two rinse lights. As soon as I plug that connector back in the display will go blank.

Anyways, I can't get any input to work on the display just lights only. I'm thinking that when the fuse blew again this time it took something else out on the board. I have checked all the other parts of the machine and all is good. What are your thoughts?

Jason

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Posted 20 September 2011 - 08:21 PM

sounds like the board to me....
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Posted 22 September 2011 - 01:21 PM

Any one know the specs of this motor? I plan to install an inline fuse to protect the board.

Jason

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Posted 22 September 2011 - 02:32 PM

Merged all your topics into one, no need to start new threads each time ....
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