The red wire on the harness that connects to the motor has snapped off at the connector. Part number AP3046392 looks to be the right piece. If I cut the wires to the original connector, how are they fastened in the new connector? Would there be more parts to purchase like something crimped over the end of the wire?
Answer Tony, Yes, If you "cut the wires to the original connector" you will have to replace all the terminals that attach and are "crimped" onto the end of the wires. It may be easier to get an extraction tool 20001084 or use a large needle or pin, and "unlock" the wire terminals from inside the connector, repair the broken red wire and start all over again. The terminal on the end of the wire has a locking tab on it. The tab holds the terminal in place when the connector is placed on the switch and locked in place. You can usually remove the terminal by pressing in on the wire, use the needle to press down on the tab and push the wire(s) out the back of the connector. Repair or replace the terminal / wire, insert the wire back into the connector and make sure it locks in place.
The switch we turn does not fill washer sometimes when we pull it out.
You will want to check the pressure switch and the pressure hose to ensure that they are not clogged causing the unit to not fill. Also check the screens on the water valve to make sure not clogged. If these check ok then the timer would be the most likely cause for the failure.