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 Posted: Thu Oct 18th, 2007 05:31 pm
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Ok, it's about 5 years old, model as listed, S/N MF400288M. It had been giving an error message (which I can't recall at the moment) and could get past that by resetting but it died between loads this morning. I wasn't able to get any response from the machine when I attempted to turn it on via the LED/Front panel buttons.(It's actually my neighbor's machine and I'm helping repair) I removed the PBA/Main Board and there's a place where part of a circuit seems to have gone bad (the black material under the screw has broken off) but they really did a number on self/user repair with coating this with gel after putting in the tray base.  The circuit looks like #IC300, being in the lower right corner, just under the transformer. Part of the black material has cracked off and is usually screwed down. Would I be correct that the whole problem is with the board? I couldn't get any response from the machine when I plugged/unplugged and the LED won't light up. Suggestions? THANKS for helping!;)

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most likey you have found the problem, a picture would be great



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I actually found the board, a new one, on Ebay for a ton less than anywhere else and have ordered it. Hope that solves the issue. THANKS!:cool:

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Ok, got the board installed and NOW :yikes: the diagnostics come up with two other messages:

1) Motor is not rotating properly and 2) serial communication between washer & dryer is down.

I can handle the issue with the cable...might be that when it was getting moved, the end was pulled out of the dryer serial cable and will need to replace that. What I CAN'T figure out is the part that will remedy the situation........

THANKS!

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double check your connections at the board as well as at the motor



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Will do. Thanks!;)

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my pleasure

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Got the motor installed and all went well, on the first load. Now it won't drain?????:yikes:

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Check to make sure that you are getting voltage to the water pump, if so take the hoses off and pull what ever is in there out



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Will give that a try.
THANKS! :)

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Well, I tested the machine and, as normally happens, it worked fine. Go figure!

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#340 Coupling Assembly WH01X10210
#345 Coupling                 WH01X10211

Attachment: ge profile.pdf (Downloaded 11 times)



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Thanks

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Ok, after about 5 loads, the Main Board has blown again.

Last edited on Sat Nov 17th, 2007 12:47 am by TLC917

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No need to worry about the photo....solved it myself.

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Think I found the problem, thanks to all those that tried to help.

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what did you find?



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