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Old January 2nd, 2011, 10:07 PM
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the motor you mean? I have one of those little tools where you touch it to a positive power source and ground the back and if there is power the tool lights up. I tried that and nothing happened but I might have been doing it incorrectly and I am not sure if power goes to it unless you are pushing the wash button.
I have a cart with all my meters and a live battery with leads that is my electrical cart. It comes in handy when you are working by yourself. I figure if it works with power to it, work backwards and find the problem.
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Old January 2nd, 2011, 10:13 PM
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Don't you live with a girl or have a single friend who can push the washer fluid button?! Maybe post in the Wanted section for a friend...
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Old January 8th, 2011, 10:50 PM
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So I got a response to my casual encounters ad on craigslist.

My ad read:

Hold my volt meter until water comes out my hose.

After no responses for two days, Brian showed up at my house. He pressed the washer button while I checked to see if a current was going to it. Turns out my pump burned out.

Once I knew what the issue was, I killed Brian and left his body with the other hooker I killed today.

Anyone have an extra washer pump?
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I was about to reply but just realized I'm laying dead next to a hooker.
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