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GE washer WPRE6100G0WT request service manual


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#1 herfdog

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 10:08 AM

I am requesting a service manual for this unit and any advice you may want to share. It does not agitate or spin. I ran it in service mode and could not get the motor to run at all. The lid switch, fuse and water level switch test okay. Although, there is no illumination from the inverter board indicator light, no flashing codes, nothing. the tech sheet did not give enough information to trace the problem back from there. Any advice? 



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Posted 03 July 2013 - 11:58 AM

Does your model have the fuse-able link in the wiring harness along the right hand side going to the motor.

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Posted 03 July 2013 - 04:10 PM

  Check line voltage on the inverter leftmost connector. You should have 120vac between the white/red wire and red/black as well as between white/red and orange with lid closed. If ok, and you don't have the blinking LED, the motor/inverter is bad. If you don't want to check live line voltage, you can just check continuity between the washer power plug and inverter connector. Neutral to white/red, hot to red/black and orange with lid closed.

 

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