Performed tub sensor diagnostics. display reads uo only. 12v reading and 0-3v reading reads 2.97v. might sensor be defective?
You will want to check the tub sensor for corrosion on the sensor connectors. This would cause the sensor to not operate properly.
The washer runs fine until the final rinse cycle then it it runs out of balance. Is that the out of balance sensor that is malfunctioning and needing replaced or should I be looking at something else that is malfunctioning? How do I test the sensor or other parts that may be the problem? Thank you for your support!
Answer Hello Ann,
The tub displacement sensor would not cause the unit to go out of balance. In the final spin you want to make sure that the unit is draining properly, make sure that the pressure switch hose is not clogged and check for uneven clothes. Check to make sure that the drain is not clogged. From the time the unit starts spin cycle the tub should be empty in approximately 90 seconds from all the water. If the unit is not draining fast enough this can cause an unbalanced load issue.
Can I get a new replacement harness for displacement sensor serial # 16417144gg?
Answer Hello Eugene! You will need harness part number 25001203 according to the model/serial numbers given. Thanks!
Can I get a new replacement harness for displacement sensor?
Answer Hello Eugene! To determine the correct tub displacement sensor harness we will need the serial number to your appliance. Please obtain this information and repost for further assistance. Thanks!
Do I get the lubricant with the tub displacement sensor?
Answer Hello Doc. Yes, the lubricant comes with the displacement sensor 12002194.
Will this part stop the unbalanced load?
The wash works until the last spin then becomes unbalanced.
Answer Hello Rich. No, the displacement sensor 12002194 read when the tub is unbalanced. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the clutch assembly 12002211 may be bad and will need to be replaced. Hope this helps.