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WFW9150WW01 is the model number Sir
it will not get to rinse cycle once it shuts down it will flash a code and from what I have got from the codes it comes out as a code 18 but the problem I am having is the code 18 is different on different forums.
mine model does not have display was pulling code off flashing light on wash it flashes once pauses then flashed 8 times.
first time yes cleaned it out and it done same thing and was clean ran afresh through it and it stopped in same place as it does when we wash or run with nothing in it will not finish wash cycle you can unplug it and move to rinse and it will run completely through.
door stays locked.
have looked into that and it is free nothing inside the pump. I have looked into just about everything from drain trap, pump, drain hose, replaced water over fill switch several things I can not think of right now. I know it is something not real expensive as it would be to replace with new washer and am out of things to look into except the cpu and that was in a post I have read. Is this possible?
no need to say you hate to tell me and honestly $107 is much cheaper that adding $600 so to that to replace. So in your opinion would you replace it and do you have any other parts places to get that accepts returns if you install it?
thank you very much for your help I am looking at Appliance Parts Pros is this same place?
I have some more info to add about my washer I cleaned everything again drain and hoses and noticed there was water in liquid bleach dispenser removed dispenser took it apart and cleaned it and now about every two or three loads it will run all the way thru I removed every thing from the main drain going to pump out even took pump apart to double check just hate to spend money don't need to spend. I am still thinking it is either pump or ccu if is the pump why would it work fine once and not the rest and why would it rinse just fine when you put to rinse cycle?
well the pump could work sometimes and not others I seen that before if theres a dead spot in it. I would replace the pump and see if that works, The link below is to the part you will need from a highly recommended company rated A+ with the Better Business Bureau. They offer a 100% money back guarantee, EVEN ON INSTALLED ELECTRICAL PARTS, for an entire year! They are the only company to allow returns on installed parts for a refund and offer a FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY!
heres the link. drain pump that's the best way to go at this point.
I will purchase one but it will be next week before I can install and let you know results due to me working 6 days a week thank you for info.