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Whirlpool Duet Model #GHW9200LW washing machine.

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Whirlpool Duet Model #GHW9200LW washing machine.

Per the manual and the troubleshooting guide, the CCU is not clicking when power is applied, (Verified power is available at the CCU)therefore requiring replacement of the CCU.

CCU Whirlpool part number AAWCB-001 as printed on the board.

I request any information available to repair this board. I would suspect that the relays are bad. They are available online for pennies. Wiring diagrams and schematics would be a plus.

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The only schematic available is the one that is on your tech sheet. There isn't one available for the internals off the CCU.

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