Question about Washing Machines
Hi just read your posting.From the information in your posting the error on your machine is called, Repetitive Rotor Sensor Error.This means that the most likely cause of the fault is the Rotor Sensor.This component is located underneath your machine attached to the motor.The other 2 reasons that this fault is occurring is faulty wiring to the rotor sensor or a faulty control module.To test the rotor sensor unfortunately you need an RPS TESTER.But if you have an electrical test meter I can help you test the wiring to the rotor sensor.Please reply and let me know how you would like to proceed and I will help you as much as I can.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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