Running through all the similiar questions leads me to believe the controller board is fried.
- Timer is functioning
- Door is locking and indicator light is showing this as well
- Water will fill and drain
- Tub will not spin or agitate
Pulled the back off. Looks like there has been some rodent issues but I haven't seen any chewed wires. I checked the motor for free movement, both it and the drum moved freely. Removed the belt. Tried powering the machine to see if motor would spin with absolutely no load. At this point noticed the fuse on the controller board and it was open. Replaced the fuse and it immediately popped. Disconnected motor and tried again. Popped immediately. Pretty much have come to the conclusion that the board is the issue. I pulled the board out of the machine to examine a lot closer to see if there was a board level problem caused by mice, and the board looks basically clean with a bit of corrosion on the heat sink and the metal of the transistors and holding screws. However, that being said, I did notice a that the capacitor C32 (200v 680 picof) dead centre of the controller board has some evidence of some scorching at the base of the capacitor.
I would appreciate some sage advice on this. I am confident in my ability to replace this capacitor with the proper part but would like to hear any suggestions.