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Re: Repairman answer for F150?
HE Top Load Washers Models: F1 Error Code WTW6200S WTW6300S WTW6400S WTW6600S WTW6700T MTW6300T MTW6400T MTW6500T MTW6600T MTW6700T Serial Numbers: CT01 - CU52 There are four areas of concern that can cause the F1 Error Code. Each area must be sequentially addressed to ensure that the diagnosis is correct and the proper repair is completed. A) Air leaks in the air pressure (switch/sensor) hose. a. Inspect the hose for cracks, pin-holes or loose connection. b. Replace the hose and harness assembly (W10058730) if it is compromised. B) Moisture in the air pressure (switch/sensor) hose. a. Inspect the hose for evidence of water. b. Replace the hose and harness assembly (W10058730) if water is detected. C) Lint or flashing in the air dome hose connection port. a. Inspect the air dome hose connection port for lint or flashing. b. Use a small round device (small screwdriver) to ensure that there is nothing blocking the air dome outlet on the tub. D) The control needs to be replaced. a. Replace the control only after you have completed steps A - C above, and verified that there are no issues with the air pressure system.
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Drive belt or motor pulley most likely. Many used appliance stores will look at a unit for a fee that generally is cheaper than having repairman come to the home.Upside, if they can't fix it will usually refund your fee. Downside, you need to take the appliance to them. Also a positive: Should you decide cost of repair is not worth fixing it to you, they may give credit to purchase a reconditioned (fixed) machine they have on hand or small amount of cash to purchase a new or used machine elsewhere.
It depends on the machine and if it's in good shape a new set is going to cost you $1200.00 a pump about $100.00 plus labor Its really up to you if you can afford a new unit or not. You may want to ask the repairman if he thinks the machine is good enough to keep, If there is any hoses or belts since he has it a part it will save some labor and would be some preventive maintenance may lube rollers or anything else he might see. But the guy working on it would be able to see if there s any metal wear or wear on rollers and could give you a better answer than we could.see may see something that may be make it not worth it. hope this helps and thanks for using fix-ya.
i lloked up your washer and it is an old belt-drive machine. they were real workhorses, but now kind of outdated. there are not many repairmen who are willing to work on these beasts. the problem is that as one problem is fixed, another might pop up and the repairman will be expected to remedy any future problems...because he touched it. if you can locate a repairman who will work on your washer, if it is in good shape, it would probably be worth fixing
LOL I would want to be hit to start either sorry had to laugh at that. Any how there is a short somewhere and these are usually easy fixes, if you know someone that repairs them for a living at home or something they are usually cheaper, my neighbor does this out of his garage and fixes mine great for a very low price. You might have knocked something loose and can try unplugging it from the power source before you investigate. then take of the back cover and turn it over to see if anything looks loose like a screw fell out of a connection came loose might just need tightening after being hit so much. You never know until you try. I didn't know a thing about dryers until I had to fix it. It was easier than I thought and the parts I got used from a place that repairs and sells them. Hope that helps
i would say it would defantly be worth looking at if it just something stuk in the pump or motor and no parts are needed it would be worth the repair if it needs a part the repair man should let you know how much the part is and you can compair that to the price of a new machine they start around 300 -350 a service call have the machine checked could run between 50 - 100 don't know what people charch where you are
if you are sure the power outlet is ok then it can only be the lead or the electronics in the machine, if it has no life at all it can be a fuse on the main module but you need tobe qualified to play with those parts and it is not something that you can just pull out as they are soldered in in most cases
rl means there are clothes in washer during cleaning cycle...however .there is a glitch in the program and have seen that rl code with no clothes in washer...don't bother calling repairman it's a program issue with the computer last i heard there was no fix forthcoming and customer were to be told to use normal cycle as they would the clean cycle