Agree, that would seem to be the problem. Have you checked to see if
it spins fast between wash and rinse? That would help narrow it
down between control coming from the timer or brains as opposed to
That seems possible.
If the door locked light turns on during the regular cycle, I doubt
very much that is the problem. It seems unlikely it would indicate
locked during the rest of the cycles and only go open during the spin
Given that it doesn't spin, I doubt that is the problem. But I would
have checked that first, as it's easy to do. IF it has a a drain
filter, make sure it's clean. I'd reroute the drain somehow
temporarily, even if it;s to a couple of 5 gal buckets, so you can
keep an eye on it. IF this is one of the newer front loaders, they
don't use much water. Also, seems unlikely it could be a drain issue
because I would think if it couldn't drain, you'd have other symptoms,
like soapy clothes.
On Tue, 10 Mar 2009 22:52:43 -0700 (PDT), nitroamos
I suspect the pump. Run a load without clothes and watch the drain
pipe flow. That should provide another clue. If the replacement did
not work, all you are out is the $40, not bad! But if your repair
worked, you're back in business and saved some money on a replacement.
Mine started this today different model So may not apply to yours
First thing to check is the coin sump
A rubber boot just before the pump It will not go into spin if any
water is left easy fix if thats it I did find some coins but no go BUT
I discovered technicians packet inside the machine by the pump
run a diagnostic check that came up with
door lock Switch even tho the door lock light is lit
In diagnostic mode you can run a spin with out the door lock
And it worked but if lock isn't working, machine will not spin
in regular mode even with the lite lit and locked not enough voltage to
the control board during spin cycle So I have a door lock on the way and
use diagnostic test spin till it gets here
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