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Sounds like you may have missed a wire connection.
I will need the units model number to look up the schematics for you.
It is easy to knock the door latch wires loose.
One moment please.
Lets see if it will run the on board diagnostics.
Please see the instructions below to enter your unit into the diagnostics mode. Once in diagnostics see if any error codes are stored and be sure to write them down.
Please post the results here and we can go from there.
Unplug the washer.
To Enter: Press Signal-Delay-Signal-Delay (within 30 seconds of
plugging in washer).
To change from each test mode to the next press start or the equivelent of.
To Exit: Repeat Signal-Delay-Signal-Delay.
"t01" Model ID
Verifies (or sets on new board) the proper Model id
"t02" Error Codes
Lists up to 10 control-detected problems
"t03" Software ID
Verifies using latest Control-eePROM-Inverter software
"t04" Exercise LCD/LEDs
Verifies that all the displays and buttons work
"t05" Pump Test
Test drain-out pump
"t06" Pressure Switch Test
Fills to all 3 levels, then pumps out water
"t07" Thermistor/Heater Test
Verifies that both the Thermistor and Heater work
"t10" Tumble Test
Verifies Washer Tumbles (i.e. Wash cycle)
"t11" Spin Test
Verifies Washer spins
"t12" Dispenser Test
Verifies Dispenser fill works-for all four fill modes
"t13" EOL Test
Performs End-of-Line test sequence
Sorry .... little edit here.
You need to unplug and wait for 30 secoonds. Plug it back in and run the key dance to put it in diags.
Okay. At least it is narrowed down to the control board, or a wire connected to it.
What you need to do is open it back up and make sure that all of the wires are connected and nothing has pulled loose,or pinched (check near the door lock for a wire under the boot).
It wouldn't hurt to pull the lower panel and check the door lock wires and everything at the bottom too.
Somewhere there is either a connection that is bad or yur control board chose this exact time to go south.
Check the wires good and if you find it great! If not just let me know and we can keep after it.
You can use the icon that looks like a paper clip to attach photos.
If they dont load properly you can use http://tinypic.com to upload them to.
Copy the last link in the list that appears after your picture has loaded and post it here. I will view it from there.
The wires go to the thermistor. That is the white connector just forward and to the left of the wires. Hook one to each pole and you are good to go.
Doesnt matter which wire goes to what side.
You can eliminate the plastic and just solder them to the thermistor and then tape them off if you want.
Let me know if you need anything else.
AWSOME!! Good Job, Derek!
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