I had several guys out to fix my washer. One said new motor the other a thermistor. They replaced the thermistor the motor is strong they said. It still reads tE now they said it's the multi harness. I ordered the part. Can we install it ourselves? And how is there a video on it?
Answer Hello Sal,
This can be the harness or the control. If the control has an issue in the circuit that reads the information sent to it by the thermistor, replacing the harness will not help. Since replacing the harness is such a vast job, I would strongly recommend to verify connections by unplugging and plugging them, in and out several times since this will remove possible corrosion which may have formed. I would determine which connections on the harness at the control end are the correct ones to test the thermistor through the harness, (blue to white is one thermistor and brown to white is the other thermistor. This is on a three wire connector whit blue, white, and brown wires in it). If the readings are the same or within an ohm or so, the harness is most likely not the issue. If it has a high reading in comparison to the thermistor reading, it will be the issue.
Getting the TE code and bought the new replacement thermistor 6322FR2046C. Installed it and I'm still getting the same TE code. Now what should I do? Thanks for your help!
With still getting the TE error code, you will want to check the wiring from the thermistor to the control board. Check for loose or broken connections and if this checks ok then the most likely issue is the control board being faulty.