Made rear outer tub repair. Now no power to display. Possible cause?
If there was power to the unit before replacing the outer tub then you will want to double check to make sure that all of the wiring connections have been made. This is the most common reason for the unit to not operate after a repair.
Lost power. Found no power coming out of motor board. Replaced. Now the filter gets the power but nothing displays just a very small low pitch noise coming from motor board (I think). Is this the filter that is bad. The one that comes from the power cord?
Answer Hello Lance,
This is going to be a bad coil on the board where the sound is emanating from. With no model number I cannot look at the configuration but if you can determine the origin of the sound, that part will need to be replaced. As a note, if this is coming from the noise filter, you should verify the power supply since improper power supply to the board is a primary cause of this issue. Since you have replaced this already, there is the possibility of a bad new part.