Question about Washing Machines
After the beeps do you hear a buzzing noise (place your hand on the pum,p to see if it is the pump trying to turn). If so unplug the machine and try opening the pump up again with something to catch the water. Once it is open, reach around to the hole on the right. Just in side that hole there is a "paddle wheel". Make sure it can turn freely. If not, you make have some sort of forign debris trapping it and keeping it from turning. If the pump is not continuing to try and turn, it sounds like you have a control board problem. If that's the case, I would call Sears and ask for thier "service smart" program. Basically you pay one flat fee for the repair and get a year warranty (weather you bought it there or not) and The board alone will run more than the fee they charge you (not to mention pay for the labor too).
Posted on Oct 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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