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Motor Control Board

Part Number: AP4980168
MFG Part Number: WH12X10475
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 WH12X10475 (AP4980168) replaces 1811497, AH3487291, EA3487291, PS3487291.

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I had a serviceman come out to check the problem of my machine which stopped running somewhere in the cycle. There was not water in the machine, but clothes had clearly been wet. Serviceman shorted mag switch leads on lid switch to each other to close that circuit (after unplugging machine.) Then he plugged in, pressed start and watched the LED flashing on the inverter on the motor and got 10 flashes which would nominally indicate the control board assembly. I am an electronics specialist myself, and I noted that the asterisk on the service sheet inside the machine for a 10 flash does indicate the control board, but if that doesn't fix it, it says "replace motor". Motor does not look or smell burned. But control panel has no burns on it either, and the logical place to look --- the 3 coil relays all indicate 400 ohms -- so they aren't burned either. The rest of the board(s) makes too much time to try to fix. QUESTION: HOW LIKELY IS IT THAT IT IS THE ($94) BOARD? AND IF NOT, HOW LIKELY THAT A MOTOR WOULD FIX IT, AND IF SO AT WHAT PRICE AND HOW LONG? THANKS (I KNOW THIS IS A DIFFICULT ONE!)

Roger for Model Number GTWN5050M0WS

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This machine does not have a standard agitator but a flat impeller type. The cloth kept getting tangled in the machine. this in turn causes the machine to be of balance in the spin cycle. this happens every load. It appear as if the machine spins about 180 degree before it reverse in the other direction. Normally it should just go back and forth about 90 degrees. thanks for all your help.

Phillip for Model Number ( Golden - Name brand ) (Model - GLP26R)

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The wash stays in the diagnostic mode no matter what I do. The motor is in the standby mode nothing happens. no water comes in nothing. I took the plug out and still nothing, thank for all the help.

Phillip for Model Number GTWN4950LOWS

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I start the washing machine and it washes the clothes. It stops at the drain and rinse cycle. I unplug it and plug it back in and then it finishes the rest of the cycle. I get the 10 blinking code before i reset it by unplugging it. I have tried do the reset where you unplug it wait a minute and then lift the lid 6 times. Still stops at the drain and spin everytime until I unplug and replug. What could cause this.

Aaron for Model Number GTWN5050M0WS

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My start button doesn't work. It used to, but I how would have to press it several times for it to start. Is it the control panel or can I just replace a switch?

Mary for Model Number GTWN4950L0WS

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My GE washer suddenly stopped working. It beeps twice about every 20 seconds along with the Fill light blinking but nothing happens. The red light on the motor blinks 10 times, then stops, blinks 10 times again. We read online that this means there is a communication issue between the motor and the control panel or timer (I don't think my model has a timer, it was purchased new in 2011). We thought it was the lid switch (sensor) at first and replaced that but that did not fix the problem. I cannot afford a GE repairman and do not want to spend anymore money on parts that are not the issue. Does this sound like we have to replace the entire control board or is there a simpler fix? I have been looking everywhere for this answer. Thank you for any help.

Krystal for Model Number GTWN5050M0WS

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