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pathfinder1941

Kenmore 110.28902790 wiring diagram or ?

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pathfinder1941   
pathfinder1941

Thought I had isolated no agitator start to open timer node/nodes but new timer was no help.  Need schematic or advice if you have seen this phenom.  Machine fills but motor never activates for agitation.  Timer eventually advances to drain (pump out) but never agitation.

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pathfinder1941   
pathfinder1941

GMF - Thanks for the prompt reply, would that I had checked back right away.  The motor is not activated in agitate, runs fine in spin.   I am going to look at unit again this AM.  Speed switch seems to be critical to the 120vac to motor.   I'll see if I can decifer the schematic on back dash enough to jumper same.

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fairbank56   
fairbank56

  So, you have the wiring diagram or do you still need it?

 

Eric

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