On Tuesday, September 17, 2013 1:27:20 AM UTC-4, Deodiaus wrote:
I would think that an electrical motor shop would tell you
that they rebuild small, cheap appliance motors like that,
you just buy a new one. But again, if the motor is shot and
you're also having problems with the touch pad not always
responding, indicator lights not lighting up fully, etc
how much $$ do you want to put into a 10 year old dishwasher?
If you're sure what it takes to fix it, know what you're doing and it's
a reasonable amount, I can see doing it. But if it's $100
for this, $75 for that and you're still not sure that is all
that's wrong with it, then it may not be worth it.
On Tuesday, September 17, 2013 6:44:09 AM UTC-5, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Yes, I took an old powercord and attached the grounded side to the green line and the other side to the other prongs.
BTW, I tried this first to another smaller motor which drains the water and it worked.
The form factor on these motors is different, so its hard to just find another one. I found one on EBay, so I'll see if it works.
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