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Frigidaire ATF6700FS1 washer won't spin, has E23 error

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The washer won't spin, and the clothes are wet. When it comes time for the spin, all the lights go out and the cycle completely ends. I thought it might be a failed door switch since that's a common problem on this model. However, when I hold the Start and Cancel buttons for a few seconds, I get "E23" in the display.

According to a Frigidaire Washer Tech Sheet I found, which I believe is for my washer, it says, "Drain pump relay on control board failed - replace control board." Before I drop $140 on a board, I'd like to check in with the people who are more experienced - I am just a homeowner.

Does this make sense? How do I know it's not the pump, for example?

Thanks!

-Dave

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Is there 120v AC at the Pump when it should be running ?

Does the Pump run ?

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I'll have to check that tonight.

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Just thought I'd post back and say it's fixed. Others with a similar issue as mine found the pump was clogged with something, so I decided to start there. After draining Niagara Falls out of it, I found a bobbie pin stick in there, lol. Removed the pin, put 'er all back together, and it works like a champ now!

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I kinda figured that would be your problem. Front load washers are very unforgiving of stuff left in pockets and rubber backed rugs.

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