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Old 11-05-2010, 11:40 AM
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Thanks. Replaced the control board and found that it was causing the issue. The door lock assembly was fine. Failure was probably caused by a power surge. Will ensure that this unit is plugged into a surge protector this time. Did four loads after replacement.

Edit 11/7: Still having the same issue, again. New door lock switch. New control board. What is left? I am beginning to think that is washer is a piece of junk. Three days after doing some loads after replacing the control board and door lock switch. Two washers (nearly same model) haven't lasted ten years between them (broken spider arm on the first, now electronics on the second). I would just replace it with a top loader (no electronics) but the redesign of the laundry room (units are currently under counter) is too expensive.

Last edited by bivind : 11-07-2010 at 07:13 AM. Reason: problem happening again
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