Sorry for the delay. You should only have to unplug connectors from their holders. Most of them are labeled with the same as the label on the board by the connector. 95% of the time the connectors only plug into one connector and you can't mess it up. If you call a repair man, it should only rewuire labor rates. Let me know
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After removing from wall by unscrewing long screws after removing cap, look inside and you will see a white translucent plastic with 4 wide, flat hooked ends. Take a small screwdriver and gently push each 4 plastic hooked ends and it will come unhooked from the small groove. Push it far enough that the bar will slide out. No need to remove the plastic hooked piece. To replace, push in each hooked end and push in from the opposite end to reinstall.
the bake element has failed. they can be had for around 20 dollars. Unplug unit before replacing the element. Usually will only need 1/4 inch nut driver to remove two screws inside oven and slide out element and unplug the spade connectors. The model and serial should be located behind the lower drawer on the left side. An appliance parts store should carry this in stock since many models utilize the same element. Hope this helps.
Unplug power cord. First try to clean drain tube by removing bottom cover: uncrew two bolts on each side. clean tube and filter and pump. If it is fixed, you are done.
If problem comes back, unplug power cord as always. Remove top cover and replace water inlet valve (remember to shut off water valves both hot and cold), unplug connectors to blue switch and remove water flowmeter, blow air thru one end and then the other end to remove dirt inside white water flowmeter. If flowmeter bad, replace it.
Last thing may get bad is pressure switch which is brow color valve on the right side of machine.
1. Open the hood.
2. Remove the one screw holding the side marker housing inside the engine compartment about half inch from fender edge.
3. Pull the side marker and unplug electrical connector.
4. Remove bulb holder counterclockwise.
5. Pull bulb straight out.
6. Reinstall in reverse order.
It is a locked motor error. One of the following is causing the problem
but you may need the help of a qualified appliance technician:
The connector (3-pin, male, white) in the motor
harness is not connected to the connector (3-pin, female, white) of the
stator assembly. Connect them properly.
The electrical contacts between the connectors (3-pin,
male, white) in the motor harness and 4-pin, female, white connector in
the main board assembly is bad or unstable. Trace the motor harness back to the main board. Clean the connectors and
connect them properly.
The motor harness between the stator assembly and main board assembly is cut or open. Reconnect or rewire.
Motor winding is defective. Check the resistance
between the terminals of the stator. Resistance should be between 5 to
10 ohms, otherwise replace the stator. Refer to the illustration above for the stator removal.
Disassemble the back cover.
Remove the large bolt on the center shaft. Ask your helper to hold the inside of the drum.
Pull out the rotor out of the shaft.
Remove the 2 screws from the tub bracket.
Remove the 6 bolts on the stator.
Unplug the 2 connectors on the stator.
Pull the stator out of the tub.
The hall sensor is out of order/defective. It is
located at the stator assembly. If the hall sensor is out of order, it
cannot detect magnetic field and the main board sees it as the rotor is
locked then displaying the error code. Replace it if no evidence of
defect is found above.
We keep getting this but can get around it.
You probably have a blocked pump/filter. If there is still water in the machine you will need to drain this first. So...
First try this. If it's finished the washing phase turn off the machine (rotate the dial to off then turn off at mains), leave for a min and turn on again at mains, then move dial to the rinse cycle.
If this works then it may clear the blockage for you. If not go to the bits below.
1. Remove the covering from the bottom RHS of the machine
2. There is a small black hose. Pull out and place in suitable container/bucket then unplug the end.
3. Will take quite a while to remove all the water. (Tip - once water is well below the window level unlock door and remove washing).
4. Once all water removed replace hose top and unscrew anticlockwise the white holder to the right of the hose. Make sure you have a towel handy to mop up any excess water.
5. Remove and clean all junk from it under a tap.
6. Look and see inside hole if any debris wool/cotton etc is blocking impeller and remove if necessary.
7. Replace holder.
et voila it should work again!
If not you have probably have a blockage somewhere in the pipe inside the machine. Sorry can't help with that one.