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You should be able to change a board I did on our samsung one . For that it was just unscrewing the board the disconnecting std connectors and reversing the process with the new board http://www.appliancepartspros.com/search.aspx?model=wm2650hwa&page=5 $152 for a board
i would assume that most machines are designed for quick simple build so everything is moduler
At a glance it looks like an electronic control board problem, what you are describing is not an error code.
Try first disconnecting power, either tripping circuit breaker, or unplugging the power cord. Keep the machine disconnected for a couple of minutes.
If that does not clear the error, try holding down the start button for six seconds, until the panel reset.
If still no luck , then the electronic control may need replacement. The part must be tested by a technician. A control assembly is expensive, and there are more parts that can cause the electronic timer to jam.
If you need to call a techncian or to buy parts you can ring the number listed on the owners manual.
off. Check the pressure switch - a round item about 3 inches across
with several wires connected, it sits under the top cover. Its an air
operated switch which tells the machine water has reached the correct
level. Disconnect the thin rubber pipe from the switch and blow down
through it to clear any blockage. Switch itself may be faulty but its
more likely the pipe is blocked.
Also check the filter - generally located behind a panel at the foot of
the machine.Some are obvious like little square hatches and some are
hidden behind the trim panel at the foot of the machine. Once panel is
removed the filter will be seen. Its a circular fitting which generally
unscrews in an anticlockwise direction.
The best I could find by scouring the internet was that it was a communication problem between the central control unit and the electronic control box. I was getting F1 codes that would stop the wash, then diagnostics showed F68 and F41 codes. Sears wanted to charge $65 just to come out and diagnose it themselves, and these appliance sites wanted to charge their own fees to offer solutions. So I took a chance and ordered a new electronic control box ($146.00 + S&H) and installed it myself. There are three long screws behind the control unit "hood", in the back-top of the washer, facing straight up and down. After unscrewing, I lifted up the hood up and forward, and there was a black box - the electronic control. First, you should check all the wires and make sure the connections are ok. If that still doesn't fix it, unplug all the wires, and take the electronic control out by unscrewing one 1/4" bolt. Put the new one in and re-wire everything (it shows what wires go where on the electronic control box - named by colors). No more error codes!
This washer is only a year and a half old as well, I guess it will pobably be my last Kenmore/Whirlp
To replace it, take control panel off washer. Take front screws off so you can tip the top back. Once control panel is off take the hoses off and remove the phillips screws out by the hose in;ets. The water tank then lifts out and the hose pops out.
I'm not a repair man and it took me a 1/2 hour to replace the hose myself.