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LauraC

Member Since 13 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Jan 30 2014 02:17 PM

#246353 Fisher Paykel GWL11

Posted by LauraC on 15 January 2013 - 11:47 AM

Well, after looking at the prices of new washers.......

 

I ordered the hub kit part yesterday and overnighted it. Installed it and the washer works beatifully!! It was obvious when comparing the two, that the old white inner cog that slips over the spline shaft was seriously worn ( 7.5 years old). So, for $64, part and overnight shipping, I am once again doing laundry - Oh Joy!

 

Not sure what you mean by soaking with nappy cleaner??

 

Thanks for ya'lls help!




#246218 Fisher Paykel GWL11

Posted by LauraC on 13 January 2013 - 01:32 PM

OK, I ran it again. During the rinse cycle, before it failed, I shut it off and ran a diagnostic. Got the third and fifth light on for a diagnostic code of 40. this is a Bowl Disengage Fault.

 

It says to check for objects preventing the clutch for engaging or excessive suds. I can find neither.

 

Second, it says if empty of water, which it is, to carry out clutch disassembly procedure and check spline drive.

 

Last, check pressure tube has not come off and not kinked/blocked.

 

If not all of that, then the motor control module......

 

Suggestions...




#246210 Fisher Paykel GWL11

Posted by LauraC on 13 January 2013 - 12:06 PM

Additional info...

 

In the wash cycle, the agitator appears to run normally. Then it starts the rinse cycle. After it drains all the water, it stops and gives a repeating series of 5 ( I think) fast beeps, the first rinse light is flashing orange, the second rinse light is steady on orange and the spin light is on steady red.



When it first happened, I did discover that a fabric belt form my robe had gotten tangled under the agitator and I removed it. Could there be more items. As I said, when I just ran it again ( empty), during the wash cycle, the agitator appears to run normally. Thanks!



When I hit power off while beeping, the rinse lights and spin light stated on, all three flashing.





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