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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: dishwasher won't run
It is the touchpad that is faulty.. coz if the control board is faulty the unit may not respond to any button at all.. So just get a new touch pad.. If you want to buy it online.. then let me knnow i will get you the link..
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
Possible causes for your issue include:
Timer or motor inoperative
Housing wiring not properly connected to dryer
Bad door switch
Faulty "Push to Start" switch
It would probably be best to have a professional pinpoint the exact defect.
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Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: Electric start not working
The starter relay may have a loose wire or aone of the battery cables is poorly connected. To find the relay, follow the positive battery cable. Ck the negative cable connection on the frame.The small wire on the r4elay is the wire coming from the start button. There must be current there when you press the button. Good Luck, Ned
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1993 chev
This diagram is for 1998-1995 Chevy 6 cylinder 4.3L engines.
Your got the firing order exactly correct, at 1-6-5-4-3-2, but here's the thing to double-check:
The distributor rotation is clockwise (note badly rendered arrow in picture).
Since you probably got everything right, then you're left with really unusual/rare causes of
failure of the ignition system:
(a) rotor button misaligned/failing to make contact?
(b) rotor button not pressed onto distributor shaft far enough therefore failing to provide correct
proximity to distributor cap contacts when coil fires
(c) coil wire or contact loose/disconnected - press coil wire firmly down into distributor cap.
(d) distributor shaft of other damage caused during installation of rotor.
(e) spark plug wires defective from factory
(f) spark plugs defective from factory
(g) battery low - may need a charge to start
(h) ICM (ignition control module) failure - hook up your HEI (high energy ignition) tester, and
watch the quality of the spark on each cylinder.
(i) fuel problem? If spark is being properly delivered, its gotta be a fuel problem...
(j) distributor cap not screwed down flush to top of distributor? maybe just on one side?
Inspect the inside of the distributor cap - if there are lots of little metal bits all over the inside
of the distributor cap, then you know you have a misalignment of some type in there, and the
rotor and cap are destroying each other. normal operation will throw a quota of spark-ed off
metal bits inside the distributor cap, but since your cap is brand new, your attempts to start
the engine should have rotated the distributor so few times, you should see no metal debris.
Inspect the distributor cap contacts to see if any spark marks are more of less in the middle
of the cap's proper "contact zone". If not, you've diagnosed an internal misalignment, which
you know how to correct.
Posted on Sep 14, 2011
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