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SusieCarrier

Member Since 25 Apr 2013
Offline Last Active Jun 07 2013 09:25 AM

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In Topic: Help Please! Over Filling washer GE WWSE3160A0WW

11 May 2013 - 04:57 PM

Durham, thanks for the manual, yes it covered my model, but about the only thing I got from it was that those two lights in field mode I mentioned are actually the model code.....duh on me.

 

Can those relays on the board be replaced or do you have to replace the whole board?  I can isolate which relay is clicking


In Topic: Help Please! Over Filling washer GE WWSE3160A0WW

11 May 2013 - 04:31 PM

thank you all for your responses, links and manuals.  I had previously checked the valve, which is working properly, shuts off when washer is turned off and/or unplugged, so it is not freezing in open.  checked pressure switch which failed to stop the water running when I blew into the tube from the bottom, got a new one and same problem.  Finally did ohm check on switch and it also works properly.  I also did the field test mode (paper inside control panel) and all functions worked properly.  I may have gotten two error codes, but those lights came on at position 1, not position 2 like it says they would.  One was "Flood" (makes sense right, tell me something I didn't know lol).  The other was error code EEPROM which I could not find anywhere, hoping to find it in the service manual.  This was all done yesterday, before posting which is why I was so confused.  Trying to manually shift it into cycles, it does what it should do, although keeps filling.  I think it is the timer within the control board and that is where the clicking is coming from.  The clicking doesn't stop either

 

So, is that where we are at?  Control board has to be the problem?

Thanks again



oh yeah, unplugging it does not fix the problem on this unit



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