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We have a fisher and paykel intuitive eco top loading washing machine which is around 8 years old and it is saying code 105 and smells like it has burnt something

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  • Kevin Howard Sep 02, 2010

    Thank you for your info. Is this something that you think is worthwhile fixing on a machine of this age as I figure it could cost a bit.

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If you smell something burnt, I would definitely check the belt first. Disconnect and unplug the machine, tip it on it's side, remove the access panels, and check the belt. Chances are the belt is burning up. Belts can do this because of age, or when a machine's tub bearings are seizing up and doesn't turn as fast as the motor is turning, then the belt spins on the tub and begins to burn. You can try and spin the tub by hand. It should spin freely. If not, you could have a jammed tub or seized bearings.

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Hi.

Code 105 means that the timer detects an error in the communications with the Motor Control Module.
This may be caused by wiring problems, faulty timer board, faulty motor control unit or faulty rotor position sensor.

See page 41 in the repair manual below.

Supplementary Service Manual

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