Location of temperature sensor.
The temp sensor W10467289 would be located on at the bottom front of the wash tub. When you remove the lower access panel you will see the thermistor on the front of tub.
The door on my Duet Sport would not open, upon running diagnostic check got; F-24 water temp sensor, F-01 EEPROM error and F-21 Long Drain, in this order. The water temp sensor tested at 14.3 ohms (aprox. 70 degrees according to chart in service guide, with no water in tub. My assumption was ambient air temp). I cleared the drain filter Which did not have anything substantial clogging it and insured there was no obstructions or kinks in the line. I also tested the water level sensor at 0 ohms while under air pressure. The machine has been on the same power source for 1year now. There are no substantial fluctuations in current and I've had No power interruptions Or surges to point to for the problem. Washer is still not working and still producing the same codes. What should be my next step from here?
Answer Dave, based on your post and the error codes you've listed, you'll want to check the air dome hose 8540294 for kinks,twists and clogs. You can disconnect the tube from the pressure switch and check it, and blow in the end of the tube, to clear any debris or deposits in the hose. Then test the water level/pressure switch circuits at the PR6 connector on the CCU, that way you're checking the switch circuits and wiring all at once. Your post indicates an issue in the water level switch or wiring to the CCU.
The "User Interface" flashes really fast with a low tone. It is completely unresponsive. Sometimes it will not light up at all. Any ideas on what went bad?
You will want to check the wire harness from the control board to the user interface, making sure that you have good connection. If this checks ok then your user interface would be the problem.
Hi there. My duet shows a msg of .. f 01 I unpligged all the wiring from ccu and put it back, but didn't fix the problem. Do I really have to order a new ccu unit and will it fix the problem?
Answer Hello Sunny,
The F01 error code indiactes a Pump driver/Main Relay/EEPROM error. You will want to check for Loose power outlet, check to make sure unit is on a designated circuit. Make sure that the wire harness connections from the CCU are not broken or with wires detached. Make sure that all green wires are not broken or detached. Make sure that the 2 ground switches are pressed correctly by the toe and rear panels. Make sure all connectors are fully seated. Check for power going to the CCU by listening for a click in the CCU when unit plugged in. If problem persist and all checks ok then you will need to replace CCU.
My Duet washer will not run. Has power, control panel lights, door locks, but will not fill. No solenoid sounds after door lock. After cancelling operation, door will not open, drain spin light flashes, and can't turn power off. Codes latest to oldest- F21, 24, 34.. Pump filter was full and emptied. Can not run diagnostic. There is a click, then nothing. Have to unplug washer to reset.
I'm at a loss.
Replaced CCU. No help but the error code is now 26. Is there a way to rule out the lock as the problem?
Answer Hello Sailor. If the pump is clear and the unit is draining, it sounds like the water valve 8540751 is bad on the unit and will need to be replaced.
What does The F-11 code mean and what can I do to repair this. The machine will start, click the door locked, spin the drum, unlock door, then lock again, spin the drum again, then display the code F-11. What to do?
Answer Hello Karen,
The F-11 code is explained by the manufacturer as folows:
MOTOR CONTROL UNIT ERROR
The Motor Control Unit has internal failure; repeating under or over voltage, or over current conditions. If failure occurs during high-speed spin the door unlocks after 3 minutes.
1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Check wire harness connections between the drive motor and the Motor Control Unit (MCU), and between the MCU and the Central Control Unit (CCU). Check the motor and perform a continuity test.
3. Plug in washer or reconnect power.
4. Check the MCU by looking for operations of the drive motor.
5. Check the drive motor for powered rotations.
6. Replace MCU board.
my washer will not power on no clicks or anything when you plug it in will this part fix this issue?
Answer Edward, If you are sure you have 120 VAC supplied to the washer outlet, You should hear a slight click from the control board, when the power cord is plugged into the outlet(you'll need to have the washer top panel removed to hear it). If there is no "click" then Yes, start at the CCU W10246289. Thanks