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Since you didn't give a make and model number (on the ID tag of your unit) I will have to give you a generic answer. It is either your agitator or maybe just a loose bolt that is allowing the agitator to jump the track. BUT if that has been a problem that has been allowed to go on for very long the track is probably damaged.
your machines water pump is going to look like this underneath the machine
if it didn't pump it down the drain, it will be in the hose leading to this pump, or actually in it, there might be a filter that could have caught it, I'm not sure if that specific machine has one, check the drain hose itself too, Be ready for water to leak all over Good Luck
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
Unfortunately this forum does not supply any type of manual, installation instructions, electrical or schematic diagrams direct; it's just made up of ordinary guys and gals, probably at home and from all over the world, with experience of addressing problems and giving guidance for free on the web ;-0)
You will need to type into your search engine/web browser '(make) washer manual' and you should be presented with a number of sources from which you can either download for free or have to pay a nominal amount. During the process you will be asked for the actual model number!
Hello there and thank yo for using fixya This error is a serial communication error code meaning the board is not getting any signal from the harness .They are
usually caused by loose connectors going to the computer board. Shaking
them around sometimes works.They vibrate loose during spinning cycle.. To . The odds are that you will
eventually have to replace the cpu (computer board).They are around
$150.00 on the net. The
computer board in this machine has real problems with it and should be
recalled.I got the sears smart agreement for $270.00 because I didn"t
want to pay $150.00 for a new board and have that not be the problem.
Most if not all places will not refund your money on electrical
parts.Sears guarrentees to fix it or give you a $500.00 in store
credit.It ended up being the cpu board with labor it was $410.00. And we
still have a 1 year full warranty under this plan if anything else
fails again ok Hope this is very helpful for you ok Best regards Michael
www.washerhelp.co.uk/diy-repair-help_4.html www.washerhelp.co.uk/diy-repair-help_3.html These sites above will help; Yo get a Schematic, you need a service manual, I was unable to find one for your model. http://appliancejunk.com/forums/index.php?topic=2846.0
This link above, has "Generic" manuals, download one of them, you will find a schematic diagram, of a generic, circuit, they are all pretty much the same, in the add on's to the "Control Board" It will be helpful in tracking any faults, also inside the manual is troubleshooting tips, that apply to ALL, they will help you narrow it down.
Always check, hoses, pump, filters. might be your drain pipe is too far down the drain tube, take out your pump and clean it. Check the pump the spade connections , might be a bit loose. This COULD be a clutch problem. Pads sound like they are gone. If its over 5 years old it will be better to replace. And throw-out bearing in a washer? there is tub and clutch shaft bearings; but it takes quite a bit of experience and tools to change. good luck and consider shopping around. It is always best to get an Engineer.
If it's a FAV6800AW or FAV9800AW you may have a leak in the dran line at the drain pump connection. You would have to remove the front panel to inspect. Do yo want to DIY or call in a repair company? Also can you confirm the machine model number. A ot of request for help in this forum are not FAV6800AW specific. If it'an FAV6800AW or FAV9800AW I will try to help.
I have the HE3T which is 6 yo. Last week it started making a loud banging noise in the spin cycle. I had a repairman come out. He said it is the drum bearings. He said that it is a problem with these machines and to call Sears. He said that the drum and bearing is one assembly and that Sears should cover it.
I called today and Sears todl me that I have to pay for a Sears technician to come out a determine if it is indeed the problem. If so, it will be covered under the lifetime warranty on the drum. I have to pay for the service call $75.00 and if it is the problem, I will be reimbursed. Cross my fingers!
There's no way to properly help anyone with "Generic problem for all Washing Machines" as a topic heading. When posting problems please be more specific. Provide a clearly worded problem including the complete model number