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The first thing you'll want to do is clear the errors. To do that go into diagnostics and pull up the error codes again. Turn the knob clockwise until all the lights are illuminated, then press and hold the start button for 5 seconds to resect the control board and reset the errors. Then start the washer up again and see if you get a new error code. If so, pull up the error codes and see what the new error is. If you still have an F7 E(whatever) error, then re-calibrate the RPS sensor. To do that, go into diagnostics only turn the knob clockwise until only the RINSE light is illuminated. Press start and it should re-calibrate the control board for your new sensor.
Go back and try the washer again and if you continue to have the issues after that, your gearbox would need to be replaced I'm sorry to say.
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Yes, it is necessary to recalibrate the RPS sensor when replacing it---that should have come on the instructions with the part.
The gear box is very expensive unfortunately. You can't test the part, but it's the only other thing that would cause an actuator fault if the actuator isn't the problem. No I don't believe your control board is an issue if it's giving the errors that you indicated. As for the 4 faults, these washer experiences faults all the time and unless it continues it's not anything to worry about (like in this case where you should be worried since the problem isn't resolving itself). The first error just means you pressed and held a button 2 long. The second error means that the washer isn't draining properly (the one starting with F9). The last 2 errors are actuator issues (starting with F7).
That is correct, yes. It's all built into the same part.
I see you requested a phone call so I'll send you that option.
That unfortunately doesn't help. I do not know if I will be available or not, I do run service calls as well throughout the day.
F0 E0 means there is no fault. Either you control board is bad or you're not letting it run long enough on a normal cycle to store an error code.
Hello again. I'm just following up because I haven't heard back from you and I see this question is still open. Is there anything else I can help you with?