Question about General Electric GE WPDH8900J Front Load All-in-One Washer / Dryer
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would check to make sure the connectors to that door lock are all connected. If they are it's probably the lock/switch mechanism itself. Wow I just checked and they are about $120. The p/n is wh10x10006 You can google around for the best price. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Disclaimer, I'm not a repairman! But I did fix the same problem after reading some info online and messing around. Open the lower panel-2 screws at the very bottom next to the legs, pill down, it's off- and there will be a yellow envelope on the left hand side. It will have the tech sheets in it and will tell you how to put it in a test mode. It will also tell you the codes and how to read them. If the results of the tests (my code was EB3) tell you "replace the control board" don't spend $225 on a new board yet! I was 1 step away from ordering it from sears.com when I thought I have nothing to lose at this point. So I pulled the control board out: 1.open the top -2 screws at the back pull out, lift up and its off 2. Take the upper panel off (where the lights and buttons are)-4 screws, 2 on top, 2 where the detergent tray goes in. Do take the tray out first. 3. Inside that panel you'll see the control board housing-5 screws, 2 on the left, 1 on the right, 2 in the middle, there are some plastic latches also, just use a small flathead to prop them. Unplug all the cables- I marked them so I would know where each one would go once I'm done- 4. Open the housing, again prop the plastic latches. 5. Once u have the green board in your hand wipe VERY GENTLY the back side (side that doesn't have all the components sticking out, the flat side) with a dry paper towel. On mine I could see white residue. I think it was oxidation. Since the control board housing is not sealed I think with time the humidity and vapors caused oxidation and start shorting the circuit. 6. Before putting everything back together I connected all the cables to the control board and did a test run, I was very happy when I heard the water start to fill up. Saved me $225 plus labor which probably would have cost me over $300 easily. The machine new was $550! w
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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