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Fisher Paykel Top-Load Washer WL80t65C Error 40
Error Fault Condition - Spin Basket Will Not Engage Or Disengage From Clutch. Repair or Check - The spin basket has to be able to rise and fall with the water level. This is to engage and disengage from the clutch. Unplug the washer from power. Remove the spin basket. Remove any objects found between the spin basket and the tub. An object could be interfering with the spin basket clutch engagement. Replace any broken drive components. Parts for Replacement - Drive Components.
is it noisey on spin? sounds like control board to me. try this , open door and turn steel bowl by hand, left then right. if u can turn the bowl in both directions it is not the bearings. please reply 4 more help.the bowl should turn free in both directions.
Possibly the lid switch. It won't spin if it doesn't know the lid is closed. Some washers won't agitate with the lid open either, so let it fill until it starts agitating, then lift the lid. If the washer stops you know you've got a good lid switch. If it keeps going you know you need to test the lid switch. Just hearing if it clicks or not is not always a sign it's good. Some Maytag/ Admiral washer lid switches have more than one contact that must close to spin.
It could also be a problem with the timer. Put it in the spin cycle where you know it should be spinning. Make sure the lid is closed. Grab the timer knob and try wiggling the timer shaft up and down and around without turning the knob. If it starts and stops you've got a bad timer. You may still have a bad timer if nothing happens, but you'd have to check it with a meter.
What height is mentioned in your manual for your drain pipe (the outlet pipe for your machine) There should be a height (before u bend it downwards into the drain) or the water will just flow out...........
And do not over-load your washer.