Exceptions. I’m talking about the UK. It seems that there are plenty of schematic’s and wiring diagrams available for American appliances on USA or Canadian repair sites, but not so much for the UK. Some washing machines and other appliances have been known to have a wiring schematic under the lid. I know Miele and a few other quality appliance manufacturers used to place a basic wiring schematic on top of the soap dispenser or underneath the lid. This does not happen on most washing machines though, especially the cheaper ones and they are often very basic
The on-off cycle in the master timer should go on only for the set time (here it is 18 minutes). Once the master timer goes off, the cycle should stop. To achieve this, the outputs of both the timers are connected to NAND gate N1 (IC3), which gives a low output only when both the timers are giving high outputs.The output pin 3 of N1 is connected to relay RL1 via pnp transistor T1, so the relay energises only when the output from NAND gate N1 is low. As the mains 220V line is taken through relay RL1,the monitor turns off during the 3-second off period after the set time of 10 seconds is over.