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    Default Hoover Commander A6918 washing machine wiring diagram.

    Hi All.

    I have a Hoover Commander A6918 washing machine that refuses to play nice with other kids ... and me.

    I have replaced the timer but to my dismay, the washing cycles appear to be misbehaving - agitating while filling and pumping out water also while agitating. Also the Push To Stop function is not working so I feel I may have miswired the timer (a 47578-K56 ) incorrectly.

    Would anyone have a wiring 'number-to-colour coded wire' wiring diagram for this model Hoover?

    Cheers



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    Maybe you can pick it up from this video.


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    Check on the back of the machine for a diagram.
    Sometimes it can be on the inside of the rear cabinet
    Logged into Electrolux can only find a parts manual,no wiring diagrams sorry .
    Last edited by timmbo; 18-04-17 at 05:58 PM. Reason: more info

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    Quote Originally Posted by timmbo View Post
    Check on the back of the machine for a diagram.
    Sometimes it can be on the inside of the rear cabinet
    Logged into Electrolux can only find a parts manual,no wiring diagrams sorry .
    Hi timmbo.
    Checked there and nothing on any panels. It is such a good and reliable machine, I really don't want to throw it out for the sake of no schematic.

    Thanks for your efforts. I'll keep looking and maybe one will turn up somewhere.

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