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Old 04-27-2011, 08:36 PM
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The last time I wrote, it was suggested that I replace door latch and check for voltage at computer and voltage at water valves. Replaced door latch. Door now locks. Water valves had NO voltage. Replaced replacement computer with original unit. Upon running machine, code for "no water " showed after 3 minutes of run time. I could hear water entering machine. Placed dial on "Spin/Drain". Saw plenty of water draining from drain hose. Decided to try new "Rebuilt" computer. Same result as 1st replacement computer. After much discussion with sister, it was decided to return computer and door switch and scrap washer. This machine is 8 1/2 years old. Too much agravation trying to fix. Thankyou for your help.
P.S. Talked with appliance repairman friend in Florida last week. He told me he scrapped 9 machines 2 weeks ago. Their ages were from 2 years to 7 years of age. Cost to fix was more than machine was worth. 3 machines had computer problems ( some were 2 years old).
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