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whirlpool washer #110-21392012

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#1 mrfixit3

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 04:22 PM

hi. customer complained clothes still wet after spin. my findings were that the unit will agitate, drain fine, but when it gets to spin ,the spin light comes on ,the door lock light is out. I waited a good 15 min , no change, but if I press start button again the door lock light comes on and the washer will spin fine and complete the cycle..the door lock light does come on during agitate.bad board? does agitate and spin  function through the lid switch?



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Posted 31 July 2013 - 05:48 PM

  Yes, motor current is through the lid lock. I would check the shift actuator. There is a switch in it that tells the control board if it's in agitate or spin mode. In agitate mode, the switch is closed and should open when splutch is shifted to spin mode.

 

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Posted 31 July 2013 - 06:37 PM

  Yes, motor current is through the lid lock. I would check the shift actuator. There is a switch in it that tells the control board if it's in agitate or spin mode. In agitate mode, the switch is closed and should open when splutch is shifted to spin mode.

 

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The diagnostic codes on this unit are AWESOME!  It troubleshoots itself and tells you which part to change.  It's plug n' chug, skip n' pluck.  Talk to the control board-- it has the answers.  



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Posted 31 July 2013 - 07:23 PM

thanks.i received the tech sheets from manual request as there were none in the machine.i'll give it a go it the am.







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