Thanks Spannerwrench. Sears did not have anything available.
If you end up ordering from Sear get your 15% discount, (should be good till 7/7/13), use discount code: SPRING15
If for some reason that doesn't work or after the expiration date use code: PARTS anytime to get a 10% discount.
Thanks for the discount Budget Appliance, like I said, Sears drew a blank.
There's also FisherPaykelParts.net and FisherPaykelParts.com (which are not part of F&P parent company). And eBay for what NIB items may be listed at any given time.
Fisher paykel parts.com is a good place. Your customer may not fix it. To put a board and a pump in can be costly. Thats probably your issue.
Thanks again my friends, Parts are expensive.
Here is the kicker. Had customer drain tub out by using a water hose to siphon. Unit lit up & began to fill. Switched to spin & nada nothing. Laid unit back to wall, cleaned spider webs out of underneath, spun propeller both ways. Unplugged leads to drain & diverter valve. plugged back in, got meter out to check voltage. Turned machine on while leaned back & wa la. Pump kicked in & drained. Set back up thru towels in (this is how I get my shop rags washed...While I test machines) Unit worked without a hitch.
$100 please, total onsite time ... 45 minutes Thanks everyone for the lesson on Fisher Paykel washer. Not much to them.
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