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    • Part Number: AP3884833
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Stared washer on speed cycle 1/2 way thru the wash, after the first spin cycle the washer stops and display F6 error code. I test tested the motor and have 7 ohm at each terminal. Tested the techometer I have 125 ohm. The wire harness is good. Is there anyway of checking the MCU. Or can you suggest any other solution.

Vic for Model Number 11045089402

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There more than 3 terminals on the motor, which ones are 1,2 & 3 ? Are they top to bottom with the motor still in the machine?

Bernhard for Model Number GHW9300PW4

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ERROR CODE F11 MOTOR WONT RUN

William D for Model Number 11045087404

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Washing machine runs fine empty, but with any weight in it, even 1 towel, it won't spin and I get an F06 error. Had a repairman out yesterday and he checked everything and concluded the motor was shot. Is it likely that the motor is shot and it still runs fine empty? Thx!

Trevor for Model Number MFW9700SQ1

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I get error code F6. Tub won't spin. I opened the front panel and the front shock absorber is broken and detached. The motor sounds like it is trying to spin but won't. If I replace the shock will that put the tub in alignment and allow it to spin?

Mike T. for Model Number whirlpool ghw9200lw

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One of the wires came loose from the drive motor wiring plug. Can I reattach it or how can I get just that part of the harness? Thank you.

Ada for Model Number 110.47086600

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im getting the f6 error, and my washer wont spin.. how do i tell if the drive motor is bad? how do i check the drive motor to see if it is bad?

Christina for Model Number ghw9150pw1

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Do you need special tool to remove the motor?

Rodel for Model Number WHIRLPOOL GHW9100LW1

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I get an F06 code sometimes and at other times It looks like the drum wants to spin but seems stuck. After a few minutes it tries to spin again with the same result. I have to unplug the washer to get the door open. Should the drum turn by hand when the unit is off? It doesn't. Any ideas.

Terry for Model Number MFW9700SQ1

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i done the recamended tests CCU position MS2 is steady 125VAC P1 and P2, M13 floats metween 4.5VDC and 8.75VDC while in operation, the wires ohm OK.

Rriedel for Model Number ghq9400pl0

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