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wnickum

Member Since 22 May 2013
Offline Last Active Jun 12 2013 11:05 PM

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In Topic: Fisher-Paykel GW 10 Washer won't drain

03 June 2013 - 02:38 PM

At long last I got through a few tests and checks on my washer.  Washer will pump out initially after reset of power (unplug and plug in again some time later), but as it moves through cycle the diverter valve gets a signal or something from the control module and is switched over to recirculate position, won't drain again.  I've checked the hoses, pulled out and re installed the basket, taken out the diverter valve, see no issues, actuator arm looks OK.  Pump seems to work fine.  So I think I am down to either replacing the diverter valve, the control module, or both...  I have had the control module replaced before, about 18 months ago, only problem I've ever had on this washer since new in 2001.  At the time the service guy believed it was the signal from the control module that was the problem, not the valve, and I expect he was right.  I've been hoping it isn't the same problem, but it sure seems like it.  Do you have a recommended source for parts, or should I deal directly with F&P?  Thanks,


In Topic: Fisher-Paykel GW 10 Washer won't drain

30 May 2013 - 05:02 PM

Thanks for the tip and the service summary, only now checking back in.  Yes, the GWL 10US.  I have been able to get the washer to pump out after being disconnected, but any further cycling sends it back into the recirculating mode.  I have verified fault code 37 twice now, which I think means pump blockage error.  I will investigate further. 



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