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You need to replace the drain pump even though the resistance is good and the pump is not jammed what happens is these strip on the shaft of the motor it may not look like it but they are trust me replace your pump and you will be in good shape, this will take care the issue trust me, I've seen this more than once and on all the same test as you, . Here is a link to the pump if you need a place to order it, http://www.repairclinic.com/PartDetail/Drain-Pump-and-Motor/285990/1058894?modelNumber=110.21082000
How should I check this? Can I spin/move the motor and belt to see if its bound up? The windings ohm out according to the manual
Here's the sequence of events: Wife was washing regular load AFTER having washed rugs which eventually jammed the pump impellers. Part way thru that wash she got a FL error which we both recognised from before meaning the pump wasnt working properly. At that point I took the pump off and cleaned out the jam, put it back together and then we got the CE error immediately. I replaced the pump/motor with a supposedly brand new from the factory unit = still CE.
started troubleshooting then until now. Since I had cleaned out the pump once before all I did was lay the washer on its back, used pans to catch the water from the pump hoses, cleaned the pump and reattached it. I didnt get near the drive motor or the control panel = just the pump and its hoses. Heres where I am now - did the pump motor stall and overlod the motor control?