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More hotter water, please!

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#21 fairbank56

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 10:07 AM

  I would prefer a clearer pic so that I could be 100% sure. The numbers/letters on the timer are very difficult to make out as are some of the colors.

 

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Posted 08 May 2013 - 10:12 AM

I will do both an attachment and a photo (and anything else that comes to mind) when I return tonight.  I appreciate the offer to double check and verify the color codes/schematic.  Thank you, again.  

 

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Posted 12 May 2013 - 05:51 PM

With help from Taylor San (#2 son), below is the Photo Bucket link to the CONNECTION DIAGRAM/SCHEMATIC/TIMER CHART. 

I couldn't paste the scan directly, so I used Photo Bucket.

 

To view clearly, kindly enlarge (they will stay clear).  Please note that the wire position legend (for the TIMER CHART) is sideways.  I trust this will bring a sense of Clarity to the problem.  

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http://s1268.photobu...n?sort=3&page=1

 



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Posted 13 May 2013 - 08:25 AM

  I'm pretty confident in my wiring mod description but the new photo's are different than the first one you showed and clearly have errors. On the top of the timer plug diagram it shows blk/pnk going to terminal 56 vice 16 and you can also see that one of the gray wires (GRY) is shown as DRY.

 

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Posted 13 May 2013 - 09:35 AM

Well, this is a problem.  I have the original paper that came with the machine, and an enlarged (175%) version done at STAPLES, and both have the correct numbers and colors (and are both the same).  When I look at photobucket, not only can I barely read them, but the info is different.  How the hell did it change when the 2 sources are identical to one another and different from the posted result (OCR problems?)  I will try this again, later, and proof read all results before sending.  The number in the original is 16, not 56 as is shown on photobucket.  Government conspiracy?  Nah, they're not that good.

 

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