Question about Washing Machines
Recently I had water in my basement and I think the bottom of my washer was in about 2 inches of water. Since it's dried out it gives me a F11 error. This happened once before and the control unit motor (or mother board - as the repair man called it) had to be replaced.
I tried disassembling the front of the washer so that I can easily reach in for the motor. I got hung up after removing the bottom panel and the next two screws for the top panel (with door). It appeared to be still attached at the top near the contol panel.
I've gone on line and printed out several diagrams but can seem to figure it out.....I'm sure it's something I'm just not seeing and I'm looking for some guidance.
Also, if you have any advise on replacing the Control Unit Motor, please let me know. Thanks.
"mother bd " is acessed from top not bottom remove screws on rear of top panel control is on rear rail..motor control does not give problems that often f11 is communication problem between the 2 controls ck for wiring problem first (corrosion ) on plug and such if motor control was in water possible it could be bad pull control out unplug wires and look for signs of water
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
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