First let me say this is both a story of learning and enlightment plus a question of how to know you have the right wire diagram for the unit you are working on.
Ok I have a Ge washer that the timer was stripped out on, (knob indentions) I had picked up a salvage unit with what I thought was a match for the timer. The diagram for the unit I want to repair has 175D22750g396. How can we know what models that covers?
I made a assumption and well spent lots of time exploring the inner working of the timer, just to discover that GE Changed up a few things inside. I went back to my salvage unit and pulled the print (I know should have done this first) hind sight is 20/20. That sheet diagram same first numbers but last three was 313 .
For enlightment to all Grashoppers and learning techs, Ge timers look the same but they have changed.
There is jumper on the unit I'm trying to fix , between r23 and r18, the other timer was internally jumpeed between R23, and R17, which is why the cold solonoid valve would not ever shut off.
Was not all a waste, I learned I could taKe it apart, got it put backed together and learned a valuable lesson. It's not easy to put back together, it's eaiser to get a new part.
I would like to have a computer copy of these documents if you have them. I took some pics on evernote files, but blurry.