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Dead F&P MW511 NZ model


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#1 Matvan

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Posted 04 November 2011 - 04:43 AM

Hi,

Have recieved a dead F&P MW511 from a friend, i would like to see if i can get it going. Information i have been given and its rather vague is, machine had a fault (unknown) they tinkered and got it going, opened lid to put washing in machine after discovering it was working again and it went dead and thats it. I have pulled the Motor Controller(SD12) out of it and the board is fried in 2 places, i will try and link some photos. I am concerned that a replacement board will get fried if there is an existing fault. I have so far checked the drain pump motor which is a selni, 33.7ohms i gather this is fine having read so in another post. I have tried to check the drive motor windings, Phase to Motor C on the control board returns 32.3ohms which could be fine if i have checked it correctly. Phase to Motor B or Motor A return no reading. No exactly sure if i am checking it correctly, little outside my current knowledge of washing machines at present.

Hopefully i have provided enough information so someone can provide some advice, i will try and attach some photos of the fried board, perhaps this may help point to where the fault lies if there is one.

Many thanks in advance
Kind Regards
Mathew

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