Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
F24 on Whirlpool duet means Heating Circuit failure.
When this happen, either the thermostat (temperature sensor) is bad, element is bad, or the timer is malfunctioning.
The sensor is accessed disconnecting the washer, then removing an access panel located under the washer door.
The panel is held by screws hidden under the lower edge of the panel.t
There you will find thermostat and element.
They are both located under the tub, the thermostat will be near to the element.
Both the element and thermostat can be tested using a multimeter set to Rx1 to read impedance.
For both parts, disconnect them and point the multimeter probes at t part connectors.
The heating element must return continuity. That means that the multimeter must return a fairly high impedance, and must not say circuit open or infinity. If the tester reads no continuity , then the element is gone.
Solenoid impedance is generally between 10 and 20 Ohms.
The thermostat if good will return low impedance at hot (about 200KOhms at 200F, and a value in a range between 8/10 KOhm and 20 KOhms at room.
If you leave thermostat in the freezer it will read about 30 KOhms.
If the thermostat has no continuity , or values are very different from the ones above, then the thermostat is faulty.
If both parts are good, check wiring harness and eventually replace timer board.
Timer control board is replaced undoing top panel held by three screws, then sliding panel on one side.
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Posted on Nov 14, 2009
This F24 is that a fault code, your post is not very clear on what this is. if it is a fault then the meaning is this.
According to the tech sheet I have, F24 is a water temp sensor error. If the sensor reading is not within specs during the water heating portion of the wash cycle this code will come up.
To find out for sure what this code is for your washer, or for any other service codes that you might encounter, you can look at the tech sheet that is in the washer. Remove the lower front panel by removing the 3 screws holding it at the bottom. The panel slides down and off. The tech sheet will be in a plastic envelope either in the panel or attached to the side panel of the machine, usually on the right side as you are facing it.
You can remove this panel without affecting any warranty you might have because the pump strainer is located there and is user servicable. Just be sure to keep the tech sheet with the washer so some repairman in the future isn't left scratching his head trying to diagnose a problem without the schematic
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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