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JOHNNEY RODBEARING

WHIRLPOOL WASHER WFW84HEXR2

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JOHNNEY RODBEARING

washer has code F6 E1   ran test as per tech sheet    test #1 ok   when i went to do test #3 it would not run quick test   just sat on test C00   would lock door an that it    cleared codes   tried to run  quick test a second time   started at test C03    ran test slowly it took 10 min a then stopped   order a CCU  W10427967  (OLD CCU W10406607)   put new CCU in an washer will not power up        check for power at CCU ok   put old CCU in an washer powers up door locks  select cycle and it count down for 5 mins and then sets code F6 E1   try to run quick test   no go   return new CCU for second one   same thing    why does it power up with old but not with new   ( FYI  I am auto tech)     thank you for your help

 

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Lighthouse

Model number no good

F6E1 error code is usually the MCU. Take it out & look for bulging capacitor or burn marks. 

F6E1 can also be bad connection between the CCU & MCU.

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JOHNNEY RODBEARING

sorry WFW94HEXR2

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Lighthouse

Check out that MCU

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darren412

make sure you also check the m13  wire harness connection's  and it's wiring f rom the CCU to the MCU. Especially  where they are coming out of the wire harness at each end. make sure the connections  will be making good contact when plugged into MCU and the CCU.   Also Make sure there are no breaks in the wiring with a continuity test.  If thats all good  as Light house has mentioned it will most likely be associated with the MCU.  Not that the MCU is definately your Problem but it is commonly associated with the MCU  as being your problem when it comes to that F6 E1 error code.   If you decide to change the MCU.  Get it from repairclinic.com  or partspros.com     you can return it with them if it does not solve your issue.   Make sure you take your time and reinstall it properly when its replaced .  All wiring must be tight and properly fitted again.   Definately get back with your findings here also as to whether or not your problem was fixed if you replaced the MCU  OK.

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