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SDET07WF Speed Queen dryer coin operated, not getting power to the display

vovick10

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SDET07WF
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Speed Queen
Age
1-5 years
i have a speed queen dryer coin operated I'm not getting any power to the display all the fuses and stats check out good can a bad motor switch be causing this problem? i switched the main control board with another dyer it works on the other one with out a problem
 
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vovick10

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Hey thanx for the reply but I don't have one it first started by tripping the breaker once in a while but now no power to the display, I get 220v to dryer, 120v to motor and then nothing else from motor to the main controls, I put checked everything tried the transformer and the display on the other dryer and it works good but not on this one
 

rickgburton

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Sorry my friend, without a wire diagram we're dead in the water. If I locate one I'll post back here.
 

vovick10

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Thanx for the help I'm gonna try the motor and see if that does it, I read on the forums that a bad motor switch can trip the breaker do to a shortedge in it, so if that works I'll post on it
 

rickgburton

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I doubt it's the motor causing the trouble. L1 supplies the display along with Neutral. Find the L1 wire on the display (black wire). It might be marked L1 on the board. Trace it backwards to the power cord terminal block. Do the same with the Neutral (white) wire.
 
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