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Fisher Paykel GWL10 won't spin  Rate Topic 
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My GWL10 goes through all of the cycles but the rinse cycle never completes. The pump continues after all of the water is removed from the tub and the machine doesn't enter the spin cycle. As far as the diagnostic mode goes, either no lights are lighted or from left to right the first 4 are lighted, the fifth is not, six and seven are lighted number eight is blinking. Please point me in the right direction to solve this matter. 

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243. (11110011) Phase 6 - Stepper Test Failure

Rotor Position Sensor Fail.
The Motor Control Module has attempted a motor step test
and found the motor has not stepped to the correct position.

Primary Fault: Wiring.
Action: See fault codes 53 and 54.

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RegUS Thanks for the quick response but the diag display is (11110111) last digit is blinking. Does that correspond with Rotor position failure?

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don't know about the blinking ..

I'm not a F&P master



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RegUS_PatOff wrote: don't know about the blinking ..

I'm not a F&P master
Thanks for your help. I'll see what happens.

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