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Control Board Assembly

Part Number: AP3892692
MFG Part Number: WH12X10323
Made by: GE
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Genuine GE part. GE brands include General Electric, Hotpoint, RCA, and others. See all items in Washer Control Board.
GE also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number WH12X10323 (AP3892692) replaces 1193028, AH1155104, EA1155104, PS1155104, WH12X10270.

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Start button cut out repeatedly washing machine stopped in mid cycle Christopher W. • Herndon, VA • June 13, 2014
Appliance: Model GE WASHER, 7 YEARS OLD WITH HEAVY USE.

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Washer wouldn't fill at all Michael G. • Springville, NY • September 12, 2014
Appliance: General Electric Washer WHRE5260E1WW

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When selecting the water temperature via the dial control, the water output temperature does not correspond. You can select a point between temperatures, and at times, get a consistent temperature. However, any click beyond that point results in a cycling of the distribution valve between temperatures; hot to cold, hot to warm, etc. There are no other issues with the control board, could this be the temperature sensor or the valve? Thanks

Gary for Model Number S5200E1WW

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Washer sporadically stops during any cycle, ( filling, spinning out, washing ) could the timer on the control assembly be going bad?

Tom for Model Number WHRE5260E1WW

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The cycle knob and the light display for the wash time do not always correspond. Once started it may stop during the filling cycle, or at some other point during the wash cycle. Sometimes, it may stop before completely spinning the clothes, but when the knob is turned to 'spin only' the lights will display a wash cycle, not spin only. We think we will need to replace the main control board, but since it is a more expensive part, we wanted a second opinion. Thank you.

Susan for Model Number S5200E1WW

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Machine has no power outlet is fine. When I plugged machine into the outlet no lights nothing.

Brian for Model Number WHSE5240D1WW

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All of the LEDs on the front panel blink in unison. That's all that it will do. I have unplugged to reset it numerous times. It will not go into "Service Mode", so I am thinking that the WH12X10323 control board is bad. Is this a good assumption before I spend $130 to attempt a fix. Thanks!

Bruce for Model Number WHRE5260E1WW

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Washer has "perfect temp" that usually adjusts water temp to some specified range by turning off hot and cold appropriately and cycling as needed. It is normally when set on warm. It would fill for several seconds with hot and cold both, then cycle for several seconds (maybe 5 secs) with just cold, then back to both. Now, when set on warm, the hot water cycles on and off rapidly and randomly, between every half second to normal time of cycles. Set on hot, fills normally with all hot, no cycling. Set on cold, fills with cold for 10 sec or so, then cycles to hot + cold (warm) for 5 sec or so, then back to cold only. Our cold tap water right now is not very cold, maybe 60 degrees, so odd it is turning hot on with that too when set on cold. Is this a control asm problem?

Steve for Model Number WHRE526OE1WWW

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