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You are on the right track. The inverter is probably the culprit. - The inverter Part number: WH12X10418 Gene.

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You are on the right track. The inverter is probably the culprit.

- The inverter Part number: WH12X10418

Part number: WH12X10418

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Thanks for all your help. The plastic box only contains connectors so I am assuming that this is not the inverter. I assume the inverter is the metal box to the rear of the plastic box. It has two heat sinks on it. That box is humming when the drum should be turning.
Disconnected wiring plugs, entered t10.
There is no voltage between the blue and red wires.
Mating plug has 2 wires blue and tan.
The other plug has 6 wires. It does not have red, white and blue wires.

Cannot see any plugs on the motor. Looks like wiring harness goes inside the casing.
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If there is no 120 VAC presents while the washer should tumble, then very likely the problem is a bad control board.



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...I assume the inverter is the metal box to the rear of the plastic box. It has two heat sinks on it...
Where are they exactly? Is the inverter damaged?

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