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Motherboard fail? ¿Is it possible that the motherboard fail? Our machine have an electric problem during washing and never stop, causing that the front door could not be open. The technician suggested to change the motherboard (the electronic plate that I assume control the functions of the washing machine). Please, if you can help me to take a good decision or where to get a solution. Thanks.. Joe

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If spin and agitate don't work on cycle while on or is erratic and the door stays locked I would replace the motor control unit as the high speed portion burns out or vibration kills the integrated circuit.

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