Hi, i'm getting no light or code, a service man came and suggested to replace the microcontroller board which i did. First, when i installed the board, i got the front panel to work, but when i tried to run it, it dies again. I thought i heard something poped. So, could the problem related to another board? thank you. Joey, Corona, Ca
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Re: GHW9150pw3 is dead
Most likely the interface panel(all the buttons and do dads)..there is more to interface than just buttons there are several electronic items there too besides i did the same thing and had to go back to change controls
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E94 means: "Console control problem. Replace control board." However fault codes are not absolutes. They simply tell a service person where to look for a problem. For example, if i was a service man and i had a control board like yours on the truck i would switch it out first to see if it solved the problem. If it did i would charge you for the part and labor and be on my way, even if it was just a loose wire or connector that was causing the problem. Or if i was a washer warranty rep and the machine was under warranty and you said you were getting an E94 fault code i'd ship you a control board and consider the problem solved. I am not a service man or a warranty rep so my advice is to wiggle the wires going to the control board. Also, disconnect then reconnect any plastic conectors you see. Let me know.
If during the water heating step in the wash cycle, the water
temperature sensor (NTC) value is out of range, the “F/05” error code
will be displayed.
1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Check the water temperature sensor. Refer to the
“Water Temperature Sensor” section. Check
connections to the water temperature sensor.
3. Check resistance of heating element, if present on this
model. (abnormal = infinity)
Thanks so much for the tip regarding flipping the machine on its side. I was about do the lengthy process of disassembling the front and I tipped the machine over instead. Lo and behold, there was the problem in plain sight right away -- the wire to the thermistor had simply come off the connector! I restripped the tip of the wire and crimped it back on the connector, problem solved. Didn't even need a new part!