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Bosch Precision WFG2820

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by Jim, 25 Oct 2010.

  1. Jim

    Jim

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    The machine keeps on the washing part of the cycle and wont move on to the next step. Any ideas about the problem please ?
    Jim
     
  2. zipper

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    Highly likely you have a heating issue....open circuit heater element, break or bad connection in heater wiring, defective heater relay on pcb, or NTC failure. Check element resistance with a multimeter first ( should be 25 - 30 ohms).
     
  3. Jim

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    Thanks -But as it is a machine with both hot and cold water connections could it still be a heater element ? I had a look inside and found an unconnected yellow/green wire seemingly attached to the motor as the spade terminal had fallen apart. Have reattached with a new spade terminal and waiting to try machine again later today.
     
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    Yes it could still be a heater circuit problem.

    The yellow and green wire is an earth connection
     

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