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 Posted: Fri Feb 8th, 2008 06:07 am
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Budget Appliance Repair


Joined: Sat Apr 2nd, 2005
Location: Eureka, California USA
Posts: 2870
Don't be too quick to blame the speed control board.

Make sure the wax motor in the door lock is working, I just had two in the last week were the wax motor that actually keeps the door locked for 2 minutes didn't activate so no high speed spin.

Put the unit in spin and let it run for about 5 minutes then pull the plug and try to open the door, if the door lock light was on when you pulled the plug and you are able to open the door as soon as you unplug the machine then most likely you have a bad wax motor on the door lock/switch assembly.

If not that then most likely to be the speed control board.

Please, also check your model#, the number you gave isn't coming up anywhere.

William Burk (Willie)
Willie's Budget Appliance Repair
Eureka, CA 95501