My frigidaire front loading washer has an e23 error code. Does this refer to the main control board or the pump control board?
Answer Hello Gigi. You will need to replace the main control board for the E23 code. Hope this helps.
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The washer will not spin. No error messages it just won't spin. I replace the door lock assemble. No change, it still will not spin. What should I try next?
If you access the tech sheet and run a diagnostic mode it will most likely have a error code stored. Based on the door lock not correcting it would most likely be the speed control board part number 134743500 that is faulty.
My washer, when connected with new hoses, will leak around the back of the hoses going into the washer, big time. Water will not go into tub.
Answer RM Maxfield,
You will want to make sure that the hoses that are being installed have rubber washers in them. If they do not have washers in them then they will leak.
My washer will occasionally pump all the water out quickly and cycle normally, mostly it does not. Typically, on say 'Quick' wash, it will fill, reverse tumble wash for 5 min., and then when it tries to remove the water, the pump motor can be heard churning away, but the water is not removed. It will churn for perhaps a couple minutes, and then rest for a minute or so, and then churn for another couple minutes, rest, and repeat. It will do this 4 to 7 times, and then the door will unlock and 'Pause' will be displayed. I have been advised to check the pump and drain hose for obstructions, because apparently there can be an obstruction that can intermittently affect the ability to drain. I have also been advised that the motor control board is likely at fault, because unless the motor is jammed, it should run and run and run, it should not 'rest', and the machine should not go into 'Pause'. If I do need to replace the MCU, will I be able to access it properly while I am checking the pump and drain hose? (I don't see a repair video for MCU replacement) -- Thank you!
Answer Hello Jeff,
If there were an issue with the motor control board the tub would not move at all so I do not believe there is an issue there. I would access the pump and check the hose between the pump and the tub assembly. Debris accumulates in there and prevents the pump from being able to evacuate the water from the tub. If debris gets into the impeller area, the impeller can separate from the pump motor shaft, causing the pump motor to run but no water to be moved so it may not be a bad idea to have a new pump 137221600 on hand before the dis-assembly to prevent having to access it a second time.