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Gilligan8  
#1 Posted : Monday, May 27, 2019 8:45:57 PM(UTC)
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I've had this baby for almost 10 years and it's been a workhorse. I'm not really ready to give up on her yet.

I've had her apart a few times for bobby pins in the diverter and pump but this has last one has had me stumped.

Recently she's been overflowing... we set the level to mid/high vs auto and it "helped". I assumed the pressure tubes had issues but couldn't find much info and we were limping along... why fix it right? LOL

Tonight put on a load and came into water EVERYWHERE and she was beeping.

Put it in diagnostics mode and drained it. Looked at fault code and it was 130. Which googling tells me odd signal to the rotor. I'm betting it got wet while water was pouring out.

Does this seem right?

Let her sit overnight and she might be alright?

If not, what do you guys think it is?
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Gilligan8  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, May 28, 2019 5:16:43 AM(UTC)
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So this morning she starts, so I guess the RPS had gotten too wet?

Now how can I fix my overflow issue?

I rinsed my clothes last night by filling the tub with more water and draining it.

While doing so I turned on the fill level diagnostics and though it seemed to continuously monitor it properly, it was overflowing before the level got to the top of the indicator.

I had gotten to the 10101111 indicator, or something close to that, so it still thought it had more to go. This was after stirring clothes around to remove air as much as I could.
Gilligan8  
#3 Posted : Tuesday, May 28, 2019 8:04:35 PM(UTC)
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Ran it "dry" today on "low" water level setting.

After first recirculate cycle it filled it back up to the medium level.

Is this right?
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