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    • MFG Part Number: W10367632
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I just replaced the CCU. After testing the door look assembly by ohming out the pins on the connector at plug 6, connector number five counting from the right side of the CCU. I got a reading of 120 for pins 1 and 3 and 60 for pins 2 and 3. This means the door locking /unlocking coils are good does it not? I still get the door locking relay trying 'six' times to lock the door and then the 'beep' and Fdl code? I have tried unplugging the machine for thirty plus minutes in an attempt to get the CCU to reset to factory codes to no avail. I have just checked the line interference filter and it appears good also, 125 volts in and 125 volts out. A few more components purchased and I will have spent enough to buy a new front loading washer off of the appliance showroom floor. I know it could be a bad replacement CCU I haven't ruled that out but would rather not think that just yet, it's got a 1 yr warranty on it and is just a day old at this point. If I purchase a new door lock assembly, it's a shot in the dark, and I will have become the notorious parts swapper. I hated those guys instead of doing the standard diagnostic procedure these guys would replace this component, then that component, until eventually they would finally stumble on to the 'bad' component and restore operability of the machine. One thing that bothers me is initially when I removed the old CCU and hooked up all the connectors I was then ready to 'energize' the machine. I plugged it in and, well, did not hear the slight audible ‘click’ associated with the CCU powering up? Bad power relay on the board? I do have power out through the selector switch and the settings led push buttons, but it never gets past the Fdl code. So... what do you guys think? Any suggestions?

Joel for Model Number GHW9400PWO

ANSWER Hello Joel, It does appear that there is an issue with the door lock. You may want to check to make sure that there are no broken components on the door lock assembly. It appears that there are contacts still open when the door is trying to latch which would not allow it to lock. In this case you would want to replace the lock assembly 8182634

Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com   |   Wednesday, November 14, 2012

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