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I have a Kenmore HE2 plus front load washing machine. My wife was using it one day and all of the sudden it just stopped. If you start a cycle it will fill with water, but not aggitate. I ran the diagnostic on it and it did everything but turn the drum. The fills and drain work fine. It doen't give me a code unless i turn off the 2nd drain button. Then it gives me a F01. I've ordered a level switch since this is the most inexpensive part. I have checked all connections also. Please let me know if anyone has had this same problem. Thanks

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I have a Kenmore HE2 plus front load washing machine. My wife was using it one day and all of the sudden it just stopped. If you start a cycle it will fill with water, but not aggitate. I ran the diagnostic on it and it did everything but turn the drum. The fills and drain work fine. It doen't give me a code unless i turn off the 2nd drain button. Then it gives me a F01. I've ordered a level switch since this is the most inexpensive part. I have checked all connections also. Please let me know if anyone has had this same problem. Thanks
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Could you please supply us with the model number of your washer. So we can verify your code and be more effective for you. It sounds like you have a motor control problem. but that would not be an F01 Code on that style unit. I doubt you need the water level switch since your machine fills and drains properly.

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the model number is 110.47512600
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the model number is 110.47512600
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The model number was helpful.

Based on the information available, this unit should not have an F01 fail code. Could the code display be F07 or F11 ? I would expect these two codes, not an F01, for your particular description.

You may want to re-run the diagnostics test and and the diagnostic fail code list. I'm still stuck at MCU or communication error.

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The code comes up F01. I'm thinking maybe the ccu board. I'm going to do some voltage checks when I get home tonight. Every once in a while the drum will try to turn. It is a quick little jerk that if your not looking for it you would never notice it. I think that the fact that it does that the mcu board is probably functioning. Maybe the motor is also faulty.
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The code comes up F01. I'm thinking maybe the ccu board. I'm going to do some voltage checks when I get home tonight. Every once in a while the drum will try to turn. It is a quick little jerk that if your not looking for it you would never notice it. I think that the fact that it does that the mcu board is probably functioning. Maybe the motor is also faulty.
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Great idea, the voltage checks and all.

It keeps sounding more and more like an MCU board problem, you'll know for sure when the test is done.

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