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#1 Harry2605

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Posted Yesterday, 06:11 AM

Hi,

My Fisher Paykel excellence 7.5 smart drive (Model GW709AU)' will not power up. It just turned off during a wash cycle today, when I press the power button nothing happens. It was making some squeaking sounds when it was agitating over the last couple of weeks, don't know if that's related.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted Today, 05:36 AM

1st make sure you have power @ the outlet.Take a look at the drain pump. Look for moisture or rust on it. If wet or rusty you will need pump and electronic control board. Check under / inside control panel area for water. If water is there you will need control board and find source / leak. Look around stator for signs of leaking, such as brownish residue on bottom of tub and around inner cabinet lower area.Pretty much any leak will result in an blown control board.


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