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Kenmore Front Load Washer display dead 592-491070

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Here we are with a 3 year old washer and the display is no longer functioning! I'm also having a extremely hard time finding a service manual.


I've unplugged the machine for several hours and have tested the wall receptacle 120volt is there and ready to be used.


Opened the top panel of the washer and nothing stands out burnt or anything.


When I plug it back in I hear a click sound so from other threads I can assume the boards are alright!


One of the many times I unplugged the machine for several hours and plugged it back it the display did light momentarily and then faded it self out after about 15 or so seconds. I could see a 51 on the display if that means anything.


These machines seem to be rebranded from Samsung but not sure the Samsung model number.


Any help would be much appreciated.


Thanks in advance.

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... Kenmore Front Load Washer 592-491070

Canadian Kenmore Washer built by Samsung

similar to the Samsung WF209

check the voltages at the output of the EMI Filter



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Thanks you so much RegUS_PatOff the equalent is great help.


I remeber when testing the emi filter yesterday I had 120V at the input but remember 10V on the outputs. is that possible? and what should be the Voltage on the emi outputs? 


Thanks again for all your he1p.

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