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#1 Frumby

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Posted 31 January 2010 - 05:09 PM

I've read the forum on this code but have not seen anything on this model although I assume that this code is the same for the Kenmore and the Whirlpool 9200 models.
-This problem is intermittent and usually happens during a spin cycle but at no given time in the wash cycle. It also varies. I have read the Tech sheet, ran the cable and preformed the diagnostic which all came out fine. I'm down to "monkey maintenance" of replacing boards. I do realize that it may be the CCU or the MCU and should replace both but I've also read to first try and replace the door latch assembly. Occasionally, I do get the DL code but it is after the F11 code. I'm deducing that the DL is a by product of the CCU/MCU communication problem. Does this sound reasonable? Any help or advice would be appreciated.

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Posted 31 January 2010 - 06:09 PM

Almost always turns out to be CCU
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Posted 09 February 2010 - 05:51 AM

Thanks KDog,
You were right! Replaced the CCU last week. I've never seen my wife so happy to do laundry. She has done many loads without a problem. Recommend to any novices like me that you take multiple pictures of the old board and its installation prior removal. Very easy to get confused on the proper terminal installation. Thanks for the help.

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