Washer fills and agitates OK. But washer does not spin. Water pumps out ok. Timer works fine. The motor gets very hot when this occurs. Perhaps the motor thermal protection prevents the motor from operating. I have a multitester, so I could check voltages at motor connector.
What voltage should I find on the 6 terminals? Can the control board assembly be the problem?
Answer Hello Bill,
You will need to run the field service mode. This will identify the circuit causing the issue. I'm sorry but we do not have the output/input readings for these terminals. For this reason, the field service mode is necessary. This procedure is laid out on the tech sheet.
Depress the start button while rotating the cycle selector knob 180°. Release the start button and all LED's will light. This is position zero. LED number is position location from left to right. Rotate knob clockwise to various encoder positions (detents) per the table to perform functional checks. For example, in position #2, If LED 7 is on, then EEPROM is not functioning correctly. Termination of service mode can be accomplished by removing power to the washer or by depressing the start button and rotating knob 180° or by waiting 30 minutes.