hi there. it was a used one but looked ok and was from a machine that had a different fault
hi there, i have only changed the motor on this machine so far. i bought the motor as reconditioned and am assured that it is fully tested. when i fitted it the machine seems to run a full program but only the motor does not turn. water goes in and power gets to the heater and the clock counts down the time of the program. i checked the wiring and general seems ok. i have heard that the taco can be faulty.
can you help me test if the thermal protector you mentioned and the taco are faulty on the motor.
Lets try and do it by using the self test facility of the board (if its working) Candy Grando Reading The Candy Washing Machine Fault Code The error codes are displayed through the simultaneous flashing of the FIRST LED of the Chronovision series and of the LED of the FIRST OPTION BUTTON together. The time for the displaying of each code, is 15 seconds. During this period of time, both LEDs flash together at the frequency of 1 Hz (one flash per second), for a number of times corresponding to the number of the error to be displayed. Then, they stay OFF for all the time that's missing to the end of the period of 15 seconds. The sequence is repeated until service intervention or until the machine is switched OFF. Please also note that many of the codes highlight that wiring faults can cause the error being reported, this can include faulty or dirty connections as well as physical wiring damage or loose connection blocks etc. Once you have the number of flashes come back to me and I'll tell you what the board (if working has found)
So switch it on and put it on a program and see what you get.