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The suspension spring came undone and fell accross the circuit board shorting it out. Now it will not change cycle and does not wash. I don't think it is filling properly and it doesn't seem to drain right,so I suspect it has shorted the circuitry needed to switch on and off and fill and empty.

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That sounds like you have right idea. Call your service provider and give them your model and serial number of your washing machine and they can order you a new board. Unplug your washer and switch the board wire for wire.

Posted on Feb 03, 2010

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