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Thread: Hayward Tiger Shark Problem

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    Lumberton, TX

    Hayward Tiger Shark Problem

    Evidently my Tiger Shark motor housing got compromised and moisture found its way in. I have the unit apart and had an electrical check done. All of the motors work as they are supposed to. The printed circuit board (pcb) is bad but have been unable to find a replacement. I believe the part number to be #RCX40106QC. I also understand that one of the Maytronics models as well as the Dirt Devil Rampage share the same parts and motor assembly.

    Does anyone know where I can find this part as I don't want to spend the money for a complete motor unit when all I need is the board. I would consider a new component or a used part in working order. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Re: Hayward Tiger Shark Problem

    Welcome to TFP!!!

    Sorry you have not gotten any responses, and I am no help. Bumping it up.
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    Re: Hayward Tiger Shark Problem

    Have you googled the part number (RCX40106QC.)? There are several hits which seem to be offering this part like Amazon.
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