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Posted 21 August 2010 - 09:58 AM

Several years ago I recieved an error code, and through the help of your site I replaced the CCU.  Everything was fine for two years.  The other day the cycle just stopped and the control lock went on  I followed your instruction and manually opened the door to get the wet clothes out of the washer.  The reset button to the right did not work, if I held in the cancel button it would turn off the control lock light.  In looking at the service guide it indicated that if there is no click when the until is plugged back in, than the CCU would need to be replaced.  Well, I replaced the CCU again at a cost of $175 and plugged everything in - it clicked - ran through the drain spin cycle successfully and  THEN   everything stopped   nothing lit up again....   I unplugged the unit plugged back in  no click    no power etc etc    the control lock will light up if I hold the cancel button in.  The system would not go into a diagnostic mode before and will not now.  I hate to have to spend another $175 and cannot return the part.  I cannot beleive the same part woudl blow out three times in 7 years.....  I need your help and a beer.

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Posted 21 August 2010 - 12:13 PM

Re check all the connections on the CCU. Sounds like something is taking out the CCU.
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