LAMBER 050F WHEN TURNED ON, STARTS TO FILL UP(AND WILL NOT STOP).. AND NEVER SWITCH TO WASHING CYCLE..
COULD IT BE THE TIMER?
How does it determine the amount of water?
Normally there is a water sensing device, can be a small piece of metal encased in plastic that grounds a signal when the water hits it or a float switch.
Look for that, if it's got heaters, it's got a low water cut off for sure, sounds like it's not reading the water that's supposedly in it.
They use a pressure switch. Like this
Make sure that the tubing doesn't have a obstruction.
This wiring diagram show's it as CP. The water valve is EV1
Mad13, The timer doesn't get any power till the water level is satisfied. It's a double throw switch that either energizes the water valve or the timer circuit.
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