Washer would keep running and not clean anything very well at all.Also the touch pad only responds to a couple commands, mostly does not function. Repair guy said it needs a new touch pad, water inlet valve and also thinks the 'main board' is bad because 'with no water, looks like the unit overheated'. This was $95 worth of advice and wants to charge $504 plus tax to repair. I'm sure I could repair once I had the parts. This unit is only 3 years old and pretty disappointed with it's seemingly short life span. Can reasonable mechanical skills repair with a diagram and parts from you?
ANSWER Hello Mike. Yes, these are not very hard parts to install and you should be able to repair it. Be sure and turn the power off before working on the unit. You will need to order the control board WD21X10370, the touch pad WD34X11210, and the water valve WD15X10014. Hope this helps.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, September 15, 2011