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Error code PF means power failure. This happens when there is a power surge or the washer is unplugged manually. To reset this error you'll need to turn off the washer and unplug it for 10 minutes. Restart the washer and check, If the error still appears then pressing the Spin Speed key will begin the Board Output Test. This test turns ‘ON’ a specified output after a key press. Pressing the Spin Speed key again cancels the test. Please post back for further assistance if required.
E3 means that the control board is detecting current going to the motor, but the motor won't turn properly. If the error code somes up all the time as soon as you press the power on button, then it means your control board is bad and reading incorrectly. If it only happens during a cycle, then you need a new motor unfortunately.
have a look at this manual:
Its a PDF file but should open automatically and could take a minute or so depending on your internet speed.
Scroll down to page 15, this will show and tell you what the error codes mean.
I hope this helps
Check voltages at the outlet. My guess is that you are on the HVAC
circuit, and the Neptune is more sensitive than your hvac equipment.
Also check that the neutral is about the same potential as the ground.
Speed indicator issues could also mean a bad motor/motor control. If the above did'nt worked out, then most likely, its an issue with the motor control. You can try checking out this kit. This includes an video installation how to.
LR usually means that the the signal from the board is not getting to
the motor either because of a bad connection at either the motor or the
board or the motor itself is no good. Need to check the connections
Yes, The motor and motor control board are not talking to each other. The motor has a built-in tach that signals the board as to its' position and speed. One of the two is faulty. This is an expensive repair. Parts will cost between $225 and 325 depending on where you are. Make sure the repair tech has a good reputation before proceding or do it yourself.