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Crosley front load washer-M# CAH4205AWW+Lr fault code


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#1 MJ RAD

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Posted Today, 06:35 PM

I have a Crosley front load washer and it keeps throwing Lr fault codes which according to the tech sheet is a Locked Rotor. I tried to put washer into Service Mode but haven't had any success. The tech sheet says there is a "hidden" Service Mode key which is located under the y in the brand name. Tech sheet says service mode can be entered in the middle of any wash cycle. So does this mean you have to start a normal cycle and then try to enter the Service Mode? I tried entering it this way as well as from a standby condition with washer off but no luck. Tech sheet says to press the hidden and heavy soil keys for 3 seconds. Should the hidden key feel like the heavy key which you can definitely feel a small button underneath? I have tried feeling all around the y but it is completely flat, can't feel a button. So since I couldn't enter the Service Mode, I did do the other tests listed in the tech sheet. I checked motor windings and tachometer-both check out ok. Also did the Motor Control Board Output Test-disconnected JP4 Connector from motor control board and put in spin cycle. Inner tub rotated at 50 RPM. So where do I go from here? I don't want to guess and replace the wrong part. Parts are expensive! Thanks in advance for your help.



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