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The stator is bad everything else is ruled out.
give me a sec to find you a part number thanks
Washer Motor Stator
Part #:(###) ###-####/p>
here are a few on ebay much cheaper than retail prices:
let me know if you have any other questions or need to know how to change it.
in the meantime:
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have you checked the pressure hose to the water pressure switch? I don't know why that would cause an f50 code on the new boards but the original f1 code can sometimes be a problem with the pressure switch hose. With the tub empty you can remove the pressure hose and try to blow through the hose towards the air dome. If the error dome is clogged then a F1 error can be generated.
"the air dome is clogged"
the air dome is the housing on the tub the hose attaches to, also check the hose for small holes.
sounds good, also just for grins check the stator , remove the rotor and look at the stator and make sure there are no cracks in the white plastic body of the stator, even a small hairline crack can cause problems.
the reason I say that about the stator is because a small crack will throw the balance off and it will have a slight wobble and throw off the rps, so even though it may run does not mean it's not bad.
No the pressure switch hose is a clear rubber tube that connects to the main control unit and runs to a box/dome on the outter tub of the unit.
ok let me know what you find.
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