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This would be the Electronic Control Board faulty and will need to be replaced.
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Could be but still would be a fault within the Electronic Control Board.
Check the wiring to ensure that it is not damaged anywhere.
Just the board. Not a problem
not a problem
Not a problem, you as well.
Here is a guide to help you out. You will need to take that dryer off the top of the washer to do this repair.
Not a problem.
Is the belt in good shape? Not loose, broken or damaged?
Yes it would still complete the diagnostic. The only other parts that would cause this would be the door switch or the motor itself. Sensor is tied in with the control board.
Not a problem. What was the part number of the board you installed? I don't recommend bypassing the switch.
You shouldn't have a problem returning it. If that did not fix the problem then Part #: W10362704 is the one you need.
Not the correct part no but they both have the same name.
No problem. Do you have a multimeter to test the door lock?
No problem. Test the door lock for continuity.
Also test the motor while you are at it.
Locate your washer's motor. There will be to wire leads connected to the motor. Disconnect the motor's two wire leads from the wiring harness. Set your multimeter to the R x 1 setting. Touch each of the meter's probes to one terminal each. Your motor should show little resistance (a reading of zero, or close to zero).
Now check the ground connection. Place one probe on the bare metal housing of the motor. Place the other probe on each terminal, one at a time. You should not receive any reading on your meter from this test.
If your washer's motor fails either of these tests, you will have to replace it.
Not a problem, that is what I am here for, Good Luck!
Did you test the motor?