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FriginDare

Member Since 12 Feb 2013
Offline Last Active Mar 06 2013 12:10 PM

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Frigidaire ATF6000ES1 - Drains but does not spin

12 February 2013 - 08:30 PM

Hello,

I am in need of some serious ancient wisdom for my Frigidaire Affinity front load washer. The basic problem is that it will not perform the final spin, so being a bit of a researcher I have been reading the forums and doing some troubleshooting. Here is what I have done so far:

1. Removed the door latch assembly and checked the resistance. It came back at 1500 Ohms, which is within specs I think.

2. Dissasembled the unit and cleaned out the drain trap. Found a few dollars in change, wads of gook and a bobby pin had made it through the trap. After reassembling, the machine worked for seven or eight loads but then the same problem started.

3. I actually sat in front of the washer for a 45 minute cycle. Everything works, the machine fills, rinses, tumbles and drains no problem, but when the final spin is reached the machine beeps and turns off as if the cycle was over.

4. I went into the diagnostic menu (thanks for the service manual). The error code was E41 and oddly enough the diagnostic test for the spin cycle worked. However even if I try a spin only cycle in normal functioning the machine just buzzes and does nothing.

Any help or further recommendations would be greatly worshiped. Thank you....

Do-it-myself Dion


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