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#1 bogreen

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Posted 26 January 2015 - 09:45 PM

Hi,

This customer has tried the do it yourself route.

 

He would select Normal wash, hit Start and it would go into the cycle about 15 minutes and then it would stop and the Start

button would be blinking.

 

If he hit Cancel, the button lit, but nothing happened. Water stayed in tub.

 

All cycles responded the same way, except the Rinse cycle. This cycle would go all the way through and end correctly.

 

The customer replaced the main control board as diagnosed by a Technician, he didn't want to use.

 

Now he's calling me and I wonder if one of you fine gentlemen might have experienced similar to this before?

 

I'm thinking, maybe something intermittent with the door micro switches.

 

Thanks,

Bruce



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Posted 27 January 2015 - 06:36 AM

Most likely and common problem on all membrane style touchpad consoles is a bad keypad.

 

Very seldom do I see these control boards go bad but touchpad/console assemblies all too often!!!


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Posted 27 January 2015 - 08:08 AM

Touchpad & control panel, black Part number: W10078133

Part number: W10078133

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#4 bogreen

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Posted Today, 01:22 AM

I've seen bad touchpads too, but not causing the machine to work correctly for 15 minutes and then have the Start light blink

while doing nothing from then on.

 

No other possibilities you can think of??

 

Thanks,

Bruce






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