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#1 adrian936

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Posted Today, 10:11 PM

Hi, I am having issues with my kenmore he3t model 110.45962404 displaying error code f06. I am trying to figure out if it is the motor going bad or the mcu. I tested the resistance across the pins and am getting 8 ohms instead of 6 ohms. The tachometer pins read about 117 ohms. Is this too much resistance from the motor? Thanks for the help

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