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Yes, unscrewed it and water came out (just a little) and trap seemed clean. I was wondering if I should take the drain line off the bottom of the tub to see there might be a clog. I forgot to mention that the other day after getting it to go into test mode; I cleared the E60 and while the door was locked from Test Mode I did the load of laundry that was in there and it cycled fine.
thank sfor following up. Actaully I replaced the control board and still have the same issue. All it does is go into drain mode. It will go to test with pressing all the required buttons and I still get and E60 or E61 code. I am about ready to call a repair tech.
The drain hose has not been moved from its original position since installed 4 years ago. When I run it through test mode it will fill and then drain as it should ( I think). I was wondering about the pressure switch (if that may have something to do with it. I pulled the vacuum tube off it and blew through it and its good.
I will give that a shot when I get home thank you!