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The cust. called me and said washer is dead and gave him an error code of f50 &f51. Do you guys have a list of error codes on these washers? I'm not familiar with these machines , But I guess I'm gonna have to jump in sooner or later.

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Both are RPS sensor errors...
You'll prolly need to update the sensor, harness and control.
Ouch

 

Sensor and harness ==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Rotor-Position-Sensor/W10183157/1394136

 

Rotor-Position-Sensor-W10183157-01069962

 

 

Control ==> http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Main-Control-Board/W10189966/1469076

 

Main-Control-Board-W10189966-00704579.jp

Edited by Samurai Appliance Repair Man
Added part links to sensor, harness and control.

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Thanks

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Also check for clothes or foreign objects stuck in between the inner wash basket and the outer tub and for a loose bolt on the rotor at the bottom of the machine.

 

RPS= Rotor Position Sensor

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thanks boss!

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Just tag teamin' it wit ya!   :thumbsup:

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definitely check for items stuck between tub/basket and loose rotor bolt ,like Scott sez...ALOT cheaper than the other things!

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lift up on the tub then try it fixed many like that also if it does come down to where you need the control board and wiring harness ive called the whirlpool tech line and they have transfered me to the  partner team and becasue of those errors they took care parts and labor but it will depend how old it is but it wouldnt hurt to call

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