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model no: cam2742tq3 serial no: c14360125 wont fill after rinse coin operated unit

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#1 jkaveman

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Posted 29 April 2014 - 12:49 PM

I have a coin operated unit that will fill and wash fine, but when the unit is supposed to fill after finse the machine will only fill up one third what it was leaving closes half in the water, any help would be appreciated.

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Posted 29 April 2014 - 03:56 PM

sounds like normal operation.  These units have a second pressure switch for the rinse water level and it is lower, "thank the goverment for energy saving regulations"



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Posted 30 April 2014 - 06:41 AM

Most, if not all of these commercial models that have the two pressure switches, (low fill only on rinse), have an option/feature plug in the control console area to by-pass the second pressure switch and make the rinse work off the main pressure switch so as to get the same fill level in rinse as you selected for wash.

 

If I remember correctly it will be a purple wire and there should be info on the techsheet that should also be in the console area that has a note referring to this.

 

(GUBERMINT disclaimer - may not be legal to change in all states.  It's your machine, you paid for it, you can do whatever you want to it - a paid service tech, maybe not).


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Posted 30 April 2014 - 01:50 PM

Thank You so much for the reply, yea, i looked for the tech sheet but it was no where to be found , thing is we got about six or more of things acting up, Im trying to get em done. I did see four wires marked with purple lines from a marker, they care situated on the control board. Without a techsheet im sunk,,RATS



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Posted 30 April 2014 - 02:15 PM

I have a coin operated unit that will fill and wash fine, but when the unit is supposed to fill after finse the machine will only fill up one third what it was leaving closes half in the water, any help would be appreciated.

Thank you

Unsui

 

sounds like normal operation.  These units have a second pressure switch for the rinse water level and it is lower, "thank the goverment for energy saving regulations"

yep, gobenment intrusions on washers will be tolerated i reckin



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Posted 01 May 2014 - 07:34 AM

This subject with this same exact model washer has been covered already in this forum.

 

Check these three discussions - you should find all you need to make the change.

 

http://appliantology...-manual-please/

http://appliantology...f-water-in-tub/

http://appliantology...p-load-washers/

 

These will also have a link to the tech sheet for your machine:

http://appliantology...her-cam2752tq3/


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