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Technopenny

Regency VSA, model 330 dishwasher

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Technopenny   
Technopenny

Really would appreciate a service manual for this unit, or for something close to it?

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Scottthewolf   
Scottthewolf

I don't want to put a damper on your attempt to repair this unit, but Regency went out of business almost 10 years ago and most of the parts are no longer available. 

 The most common problem with these units is that the timer and the wiring harness would get burnt, thus needing a timer and a complete wiring harness.

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Samurai Appliance Repair Man   
Samurai Appliance Repair Man

Regency went out of bidness a while back and their service info is scarce. The few times I have had to deal with Regency I called them at 800-767-3436, fax 480-998-7877, which is the Regency part and service center. The gentleman I spoke to was Jerry and he knew the product pretty well.

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Technopenny   
Technopenny

Thank you, Samurai.  Happily, I was able to leave a voice mail on that 800 number, and now await a call back.  I'll say 'hi' to Jerry for you if I talk to him ;)

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