Door lock just buzzing on an of a few time after you start cycle. Then will not start. Door then can only be unlocked manually. Replaced door latch problem still the same.
With the door lock buzzing you will want to check the door strike to make sure that it is not damaged and make sure that the door is not sagging. If these check ok then the control board will most likely be the issue.
My washer died. The display panel turns on and it won't move. It made several loud beeps and the panel displayed F6 E1.
Answer Hello Gaby. Communication between the Central Control Unit and the MCU has not been detected. Possible Causes
• Check door switch operation. Faulty switch may interfere with power to MCU.
• Check drive system for worn or faulty components.
• Verify continuity in cable between CCU (MI3 & MS2) and MCU.
I have continuously received error codes F08E02 for a long while. Then the machine would work for weeks. Finally, I bought a new set and put this older set down in the basement. I am trying to fix this set. I have replaced the dispenser motor and the upper wiring harness as corrosion was an issue. I am now going to replace the CCU and the (on order with you) water control valve. When I have this in diagnostic mode, and it goes through its processes, it gets stuck at C01 and it won't do anything. What is wrong? I am hoping it is the CCU.
Answer Hello Steve,
The first thing you should check is the mechanical linkage from the dispenser motor to the top of the dispenser. I have seen many cases od mineral deposits preventing the mechanical linkages from moving properly. Also check water supply to washer. Check water hose connections to and inside the washer. 2. Verify dispenser drawer is not clogged with detergent. 3. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
4. Remove the top panel to access the machine electronics. 5. Check the mechanical linkage from dispenser motor to top of dispenser.
6. Visually check that the DI6 connector is inserted all the way into the CCU. If visual check passes, go to step 7. If connector is not inserted properly, reconnect DI6 and retest. 7. Remove connector DI6 from the CCU. With an ohmmeter, verify the resistance values across the DI6 connector pinouts. There is a possibility the CCU W10427975 could be the issue since it receives and interprets the information from the dispenser.