Jim: No, the information in the above thread is for the models with an AC motor relay and yours is a DC motor relay. If you open your console up, you should find the tech sheet. On your motor relay, the one with the two pink wires with black stripes and two blue wires, press and release the start switch and the measure the DC voltage supply across the two pink wires with a black stripe. It should measure 48 volts DC. If it does not, the even heat board is likely faulty. If it does measure 48 volts DC, the motor relay is faulty. Also, located on P1-5 at the even heat control board is blue wire with a black stripe. When start is pushed, 120 volts AC must be present in order to let the control board that the start button was pushed. At that time the control should supply 48VDC across the two pink wires with the black stripe in order to close the relay (the two blue wires) so the motor will continue to run once the start button is released.