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GE WCVH6800 - spins even when set to "no spin"


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#1 steve el

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Posted 03 August 2013 - 10:18 AM

When it comes to this machine's spinning, I have the opposite problem of most people......  I want to STOP the spinning at times.... but regardless if we hit "no spin" before or after pressing start, the machine still tries to spin.   

 

As for spinning when we WANT it to spin.... that works fine.

 

I'm expecting you to say "replace the circuit board" , but have at it...

 

Recommendations?


PS   When we cycle thru various settings on the panel the lights and beeps all work as expected.  



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Posted 03 August 2013 - 05:54 PM

Could be the motor control.  Try unplugging unit for 5 minutes and reenergize to reset.  Check all wire connections at motor and motor control.






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