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Huyin

Ge Profile Harmony wpgt9350c0pl Will not turn on

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I have a 2005 Ge Profile Harmony model # wpgt9350c0pl. A week ago I was washing a bathroom rug in it and the washer just stopped working and the tub was still full of water. I tried to turn it on and the touchscreen would flash very dimly and there would be an audible beep, but at a much lower volume than normal. I unplugged the machine for 5 minutes and powered it back on and it worked fine. The next day I tried to do a load of laundry and it would not turn on. I unplugged it again for a 5 minutes and it powered right up and ran fine. After another load it stopped in the middle of the wash, again with a full tub of water. I then unplugged it and plugged it back in just like I had and just finished that load up. Now the washer doesn't power on at all even if I unplug it and plug it back in. I am trying to go into service mode to figure what is wrong with it and unfortunately it will not power on at all. I pulled the backsplash off and checked the main power board and the power led on the board just flashes when I try to power it on. I would appreciate any help since I have a newborn on the way. thank in advance. let me know if you need any more information.

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Any help is greatly appreciated. I was going to order a new main board unless someone can point me to a better solution. thanks

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Hi Huyin, yep, does sound like a bad board. Easy enough to verify with a couple or voltage measurements. If you have voltage going into the board but nuttin' coming out, that would be a bad board. Part link ==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Main-Control-Board/WH12X10245/1089298?modelNumber=WPGT9350C0PL

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