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Have you checked the large pulley underneath to see if it is loose?
I just checked the pulley, and it is tight.
No. Can you tell me?
Thanks. I'll look into this this evening as I must go to work now. I'll get back with you later. Thanks again.
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Chas, I lost the link to the tech sheet.
Here is what I found: F7 and E5.
I had this same part replaced when the machine was under warrant. What's up with this? Any ideas?
Thanks for your help!!!
Are you still available to answer questions.
My washer is slow to move in the wash cycle. After sensing it sits and does nothing but later moves on and washes and completes cycles.
I stopped the washer to look in the tub to see if there was any change in the clothes. There was no change in the clothes and the water level looked OK. I pushed the start and there was a little clicking. I left the machine and checked back later and found it spinning and shortly finished all cycles. The noise did not last long.
The slow action has happened several times.
I attempted to use the tech sheet from before but it was not available, so no I have no codes.
I have two sets of lights.
sensor, rinse, spin, done
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I think I see now how to read the chart. Please look again to see if you're on the correct one. Won't the "rinse and done" be E5?
Okay, now that code would not have been held over for 11 months ago would it?
So, what you're saying is, when I replace the shifter and after I use the washer 3 times there should be no more code (assuming the shifter is not faulty). Right?
Thank you for all you time and help.
I got my shifter. When I replaced the old one, I (with the help of my wife) only tilted the washer to make the change. When I did this it seemed that there was water in the machine's tub. There was no water in the wash tub.
After making the replacement, I ran the "Drain and Spin" cycle. Thinking there was water that could be removed. The washer ran properly, but only a few drops came out of the drain hose.
I did the fault and error test and had the shifter and out of balance codes only. I did not attempt to run the washer again.
My question is "is this normal"?