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Model # MVWB835DW0
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Get a "F51" code on
Go to http://www.servicematters.com/docs/wiring/Tech%20Sheet%20-%208567036.pdf
It shows what the codes mean. It's been fixed by people (when machines are out of warranty!) by taking the control panel, and reseating wires on it and the motor.
You are by no means the only having the problem:
Posted on May 01, 2008
This worked for me for the E3 error code: Turn the machine off and then on. Enter the Service Mode by pressing the Chime and Exrta Rinse keys for 3 sec. Display the Diagnostic Codes by pressing the Rinse and Spin key. Clear the codes by pressing the Delay and Chime keys for 3 sec. Turn the machine off, unplug and plug in the power cord. This dumps the memory. Evidently, if it gets full, it causes problems with the programming and messes up the cycles.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
the E9 error code problem could be with door switch wiring, the door switch or the control board.but E2 problem occurs when a button is pressed for more than 30 seconds.Check for any such button else the problem is surely with the control board.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Looks like you have either a stuck drum (does not spin) or an electrical fault that make the washer think the drum is not moving.
From a 2006 Technical Bulletin:
E3: Machine control is attempting to drive the motor but is not seeing any tach response. Visual Check shows motor is not moving. (Locked or Hall Sensor fault.)
Specifically, it could be:
1. Spin drum stuck – Verify that the spinner moves freely to eliminate this cause.
2. Hall Sensor (integral part of motor) fails or is loose – When the Hall Sensor fails or becomes dislodged, the control doesn't recognize that the motor is spinning and shuts down. The result will likely be an “E3” code in the worst case, or “SUdS” if it is only getting a partial rpm reading. Check wire harness connector(s) to motor.
Unless you are really overloading your machine you likely have an electrical fault, or a failure in the drive train--especially if the problem is intermittent. Probably time to call in a technician.
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
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