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  1. I attempted to start my washer and it automatically locks the door, says no spin, and you can hear it make a sound like it's trying to start, almost grinding? Error code e24 comes up which indicates the water pump or signal to the control relay failed. I've checked the filter (remarkably clean for not being touched in 12 years), took apart the drain hoses & cleaned them with a high pressure hose and bleach, and opened what I could near the water pump also with no obstructions. Put it all back together, same issue. This time, the bottom front of the unit was open and the grinding sounded like it cane from the pump. I disconnected the wires on both the pump (this was loose) & panel and then reattached in case the connections weren't good. I've basically decided that the issue lies with the water pump or the control panel. I've ordered a replacement pump that will arrive in a few days. Is there anything else you would recommend trying in the meantime? Thank you!! Brandy Frigidaire Front Loader Washer Model number LTF2940FE0
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