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Samsung WF448 washer no power


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#1 KING2565

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Posted Today, 04:29 PM

I took apart the front display board and I found the plug for the laundry selector was melted and shorted a wire out. I cut the plug out and spliced the wires together but I still have no power. I have power coming into the noise filter. What is the next step to finding out what is wrong.



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Posted Today, 05:06 PM

Do you have power coming out of the noise filter?

#3 KING2565

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Posted Today, 05:08 PM

yes it has power at the noise filter


also coming out of the noise filter



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Posted Today, 09:38 PM

You will need to download the fast track manual to get all the voltages you need to check.

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