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 Posted: Wed Oct 20th, 2010 02:36 am
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So I have a GE front load washer WCVH6260fww. After I press start, it does a quater turn one way, and then one the other , then a bit of clicking as the door locks, then it fills with water. Then at some point it pumps out the water.

I would think computer, since the motor, pump, and valves all seem to work.  However I don't see one in the parts list.

So far I have checked filter, 1 dime, and a tiny amount of lint. I then unplugged it to possibley reset the computer (saw a post about open and close the doors 5 times, sounded like bunk, but I did it) No change in operation.

I am an electrician, so if there is something I need to test, just explin what.

Thanks for any help

Brac

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bracattack wrote: ... I would think computer, since the motor, pump, and valves all seem to work.  However I don't see one in the parts list...

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I was able to find the test feature for this unit, it will not tumble or spin.

I find this strange since it does that little jog when it is started....

Thoughts?

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