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Member Since 24 Apr 2013
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Whirlpool Duet Sport Washer

24 April 2013 - 05:55 PM

I have a 7 year old Duet washer, model # WFW8300SW00, that no longer works.  It stopped working with 2 minutes left on the rinse cycle and the door would not open.  I removed the lower panel and released the door manually.  When I performed the diagnostic test, 3 codes appeared, F20, F24 and F28.   I unplugged it for a 1/2 hour and the codes did not clear and I can't seem to get the machine to do anything.  I had a very good reputable repair company come and look at it and I was told one or both of the control boards is bad.  I hate to trash the machine without exploring all the avenues of repair.  How can I tell if either board is bad?  What happened to the days when appliances lasted for 20 years?  Thanks ahead of time, Tim C

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