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My Whirpool washer "Cabrio agi" model # wtw6200vw0 stops in the middle of the washing cycle. For testing, I selected

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Old 02-07-2012, 01:06 AM
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My Whirpool washer "Cabrio agi" model # wtw6200vw0 stops in the middle of the washing cycle.
For testing, I selected the shortest cycle which is 30 minutes. When start button is pressed the water supply works fine as I hear the water dispensing into the tank and also hear the agitator and motor operating as they should, but when the timer reaches 24 minutes left to complete the cycle, the washer stops and I hear a loud buzzing noise apparently coming from the solenoid valves, then after 10 minutes or so, the "LF" code starts flashing as well as every LED in the panel around the selection knob. At this point, I stop the cycle and select the "drain and spin" cycle to evacuate the water, which also works fine. I disassembled the entire washer including both pumps, motor, agitator, and top cover and every single hose, looking for obstructions or kinks, also the filter is clean and I didn't find any objects between the basket and the tank, the lock latch also works fine. After assembling back the washer, I tried to run some tests as described in the owner sheet "test #2" on sheet 2 (Press any button for 3 seconds and release for 3 seconds.....etc.) with no success. Using a multimeter, I checked the resistances on connectors P1 and P2 and they check okay. Then I purchased the Electronic Control Board thinking that is faulty but it is doing the same thing, so i replaced the old one back. Please help.......Thank you


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Old 02-08-2012, 06:38 PM
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Well darn, I would have bet good money it was the control unit.

About the only thing I can think of is the rotor position sensor

Part number: AP4539632

Part number: AP4539632


but you will have to replace it to test that theory. If you buy from this site and the part does not fix the problem you can return it.
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Old 02-12-2012, 12:24 PM
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Well darn, I would have bet good money it was the control unit.

About the only thing I can think of is the rotor position sensor

Part number: AP4539632

Part number: AP4539632


but you will have to replace it to test that theory. If you buy from this site and the part does not fix the problem you can return it.
Hello sidfink43, Thanks for your responce, I did purchase the sensor P/N AP4539632 as you sujested, installed it and the washer is still doing the same thing, stop at 24 minutes before the end of washing cycle. I don't know what it could be causing this as I also replaced the valve assembly before you responded to my thread. I don't know what else to replace and I hate the thought of throwing it away since I paid close to $700.00 Dlls. a little over a year ago. I would appreciated if you could provide me with any other ideas.
Thanks again
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Okay like you I am just about at a complete loss, not for the first time on these models.

At this point I would recommend changing out the lid lock assembly. Why? Because other than the motor, machnine/motor control board and RPS part I cannot think of any other component that would cause the machine to stop operating.

Again I can only say that if you buy from this site you can return the part, so all you are going to be out is your time and shipping costs.
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Okay, after some more research forget the door lock thing, it was an uneducated guess anyway.

The 24 minute time on this model is the time the machine sets for the Rinse and Spin cycle. It appears what your machine is trying to do is to go into the Rinse and Spin cycle, and that it is then trying to let water in to start that process. But since water is already in, nothing happens for a while and you get the LF error message.

Changing the machine control unit should have fixed this, but since it didn't and since you have changed out the valve assembly I am now wondering if there is a wiring issue. The next think I think you should do is to start from the beginning with an empty washer, set the machine on Rinse and Spin and see what happens. Also, make certain the pressure tube is clear, although since it fills correctly for the wash cycle that would not seem to be the problem.

Good luck, let us know what you learn.
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Its at 24 min the normal cycle goes into drain mode. I have had Thais happen twice. First time a pair of t backs were lodged in the pump. Bottom right side as if your looking at the front of the machine. The second time one of the wires came out of the connector. Both very Eazy repairs if you are mechanically inclined.
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