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Bosch FL Washer does not tumble WFMC1001UC

Bosch Front load washer wfmc

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#1 bluefrog

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 10:19 PM

Any Bosch front load experts out there?

I recently ran into a front loader that seemed to freeze up when it came time to go into the tumble/wash mode.

You can start a load, water fills and shuts off. Then it will not continue with the rest of the cycle. It just makes a click noise about every 30 seconds. You can move the dial to drain and it will drain just fine.

I ran the diagnostic mode and the error code stated "Unbalanced load/Wire Harness" The load is not unbalanced as far as I know because there is nothing in the washer. I checked multiple connections but could not locate an apparent issue with any wires or harness'.

The motor is not seized and the belt is intact.

This Bosch model does not have the digital display, it is all buttons and lights and a dial.

Any Bosch experts out there that can help, I'm stumped, not sure what to tell the customer.

Thanks,
Nick

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Posted 29 October 2012 - 11:33 PM

Try unplugging it for 10 minutes, then plug it back in. You might also try unplugging the wires going to the door lock (of course while you have the washer unplugged) and plugging the wires back into the door lock assembly.

Please move this to the laundry forum. I swear nobody can read!
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Posted 30 October 2012 - 05:39 AM

Please move this to the laundry forum. I swear nobody can read!


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