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#1 jambatt

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Posted Yesterday, 07:53 PM

Fills with water but will not start wash cycle. Drains when canceled.Test mode:Water valve opens, will not wash and heat, drain motor works. Tech sheet indicates control board problem. Anything in the heating circuit that would cause it to not start wash cycle?
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Posted Yesterday, 09:33 PM

Do you have voltage to the wash motor when you should? If no voltage is being sent to the wash when it should be then replace the main board.

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Posted Today, 08:50 AM

Could be a stuck rotor.  Watch for slight rotor movement when the motor is energized.  I've been able to manually free them using a screwdriver (carefully).






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