I have power to the unit but I have no lights on the touchboard display. I checked the two leads at the door switch with an ohmmeter and got a reading of 1420. Does that mean good door switch? Do I need a control board and which number?
ANSWER Hello George. As long as you have removed the electrical connection cover to the unit and verified voltage there and checked the connections in the wire nuts, the problem is usually in the relay/control board 154663004. I would check the connections to the switch board before I ordered anything. It can sometimes be solved by removing and reinstalling an electrical connection. If this doesn't work, chances are good the control board has failed. Realize the door switch has to be closed to achieve power to the board. Make sure the unit isn't full of water when you do this so you don't take an unexpected shower! I hope this helps you solve your issue and have a great day!
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Wednesday, March 14, 2012