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I have found out why you say run away from this washer.

Too late for me.

I am committed to it.

Original problem,leaking water.

Replaced the filter housing due to broken inlet from the dispenser.

It will take on water and the drain pump does work.

Otherwise,

Trying to test run the machine and the fuse on the motor control board blows.

Unplugged motor,replaced fuse turn the machine on,the fuse blows.

The board probably got wet when the housing inlet broke.

Removed the board and see no visible burned traces or components.

Service manual leaves a lot to be desired for my feeble abilities.

Anyone have any suggestions for finding the problem?

A new board is almost $800.00.

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can you post some good pictures of the top and bottom sides of that board ?

(can't see anything with cover on at RepairClinic)

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Will see if I can.

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Try these.

 



The little square on the backside looks a little tarnished. That is all I see.

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13k ?

I was hoping for some bigger pictures ...

200k ?

1M ?

trying to trace the Motor pins ..

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Lets see how these look.

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still about 10k

need bigger pictures ..

what's the part number of that board ?

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The Merlomi # on the board is 546058301.

Part # W10581119 listed on Repair Clinic does not appear to be the same board.

 

Another # on the board is SBD20017A.M

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... # on the board is 546058301

this one ?

 

The manufacturer has replaced part number 546058301

with this item, part number 651050773

 

http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Control-Board/651050773/1566905?replacedManufacturerPartNumber=546058301

 

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search for:  546058301

http://appliantology.org/files/file/649-asko-merloni-wcam1812-info/

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The mounting bracket plate would indicate that is the part.

Are there any SB's on the original part involving the fuse blowing?
The original fuse is 12 amp.

I only had 25 amp microwave fuses on hand.

It blew  them as well.

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