Doesn't drain. The cycle works all the way until it needs to drain. Pulled the washer out and checked the pump. It didn't work. Pulled pump apart and couldn't see anything that would cause it not to work. Hot wired it and it worked great, pumped all the water out. Hooked it up to the orginal wires and it didn't work. Service technician had mentioned possibly a bad circut board. Question is, if the cirucut board was bad why only this part of the cycle or is that common?
ANSWER Hello Jess,
The control could be bad, or you could have a bad connection between the board and the pump. There could a a bad wire or a bad connection. The control board is a conglomeration of many circuits and any one can fail without affecting any of the others. You should check all connections by unplugging them and reconnecting them one at a time and you can test the wires for voltage at each end. If no problems are found, the control board has most likely failed. If the first two digits of your serial number is 18 or lower, you will need part number 99003160. If the first two digits of your serial number 12002709.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Thursday, November 15, 2012