I CHECKED THE LID SWITCH AND IT IS WORKING . I WAS THINKING IT COULD BE THE CONTROL CIRCUIT BOARD BUT NOT SURE HOW TO CHECK IT I TOOK A VOLTAGE READING AT THE MOTOR AND WHEN I TURNED THE DIAL I DID NOT GET A 110 -120 VOLTS READING ONLY 10 TO 20 VOLTS DEPENDING ON THE DIAL SETTING.
THANKS FOR YOUR TIME AND EFFORT.
Answer John, If you have only 10 to 20 VAC at the wires to the motor, regarless of wash or spin selected, the issue is most likely the control assembly WH12X10176. The six(6) pin connector on the control board is power in (120 VAC) and pins 2,3,4 is power out to the motor windings. If you have 120 VAC in on pin 1 you should have 120 VAC out to the motor on pins 2,3, 4. (pin 3 is the slow speed winding).
Washer fills with water will not wash or spin it will pump the water out.
Answer Hello John,
You will want to test the lid switch to make sure that it has continuity with lid closed. If not then replace lid switch. You will also want to check the motor on unit.
When I push the start button, all my washer wants to do is spin on the rinse cycle.
Answer Hello Patty,
If the unit spins when it should agitate, the brake is not engaging. The brake must hold the transmission still for the agitation action of the transmission to be effective. Unfortunately, the brake is part of the transmission on this configuration. This means the transmission WH38X10002 will have to be replaced to correct this issue.