The washer does wash but at the end it won't go into the high speed spin. It just keeps rotating in one direction for a few seconds and starts to drain, then rotates the opposite direction for a few seconds. It just keeps doing this and won't stop until it gives the UE fault code. Can this be a bad speed sensor on the stator assembly?
ANSWER Hello Vincent,
Here is the explaination of the fault code UE:
The washing machine has detected an imbalanced load
This error code is more for information purposes than an actual a fault. What the machine is telling you is that it has been unable to sort the laundry load and correctly balance it without a risk of damage due to an unbalanced load. This error will clear when you restart the machine but you need to sort the laundry or increase the load as required and for more information on load imbalances. If one item is more moisture absorbant than any other item in the load, the unit cannot balance it.
On non-display panel models this fault code is denoted by the lights for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 being lit or flashing.
•Reload the washing machine and attempt to spin it again.
•Check the installation of the washing machine for level and balanced.
•Check for small loads because small loads will cause an imbalance error.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, August 24, 2012