|I replaced the bearing about 2 months ago. Since then it sometimes it would just not go into high speed spin mode. I had to replace the motor/spin control board. The details are this thead: http://applianceguru.com/view_topic.php?id=13535&forum_id=2&jump_to=78652#p78652
But the warning for this thread is .... Perhaps I "nudged" the motor/spin control board during this bearing repair job and damaged it. I would suggest anybody doing the bearing repair job to temporarily remove the control board (two screws and two connectors) before removing/installing the tub assembly (cause its heavy and it moves around a lot in the cabinet while trying to jimmy it in and out of place).
Last edited on Thu Aug 2nd, 2007 09:18 pm by CheapScotsman