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Hello, and thank you for using this service. I'll be helping you with your problem today.Error "DC" occurs when the water is too far out of balance. If the unit seems like it's really going out of balance, then the clutch below the tub needs to be ordered and replaced. If the tub doesn't seem like it's going out of balance when it tries to spin but it's giving you the "DC" error, then the out of balance sensor would need to be ordered and replaced. The sensor is mounted in the front left corner of the washer and connects between the outer tub and the outer frame of the washer near the top of the tub. The sensor is part number 12002194 and costs about $85. The clutch is part number 12002211 and costs about $175. These are both parts that you can replace yourself if you're handy because they don't require any specialty tools.
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OK well the circuit board is definitely not the issue, but I can't control whether or not the sensor or the clutch is faulty. As I stated before, those are your only 2 options.
Yes, but that can still be caused by both issues although the sensor is more likely---it obviously proves that the control board has nothing to do with the issue.