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some of these use a switching unit that atatches to the sheet metal via a metal clip..this clip is a ground..if it is on the paint it wont ground.. try to find bare metal and recheck it..thats all I know..
Hi, "F22" is a door latch failure error code. At the beginning of the wash cycle the door will attempt to lock several times. If the latch fails to lock, the washer shuts down and the error code is displayed. In some cases, the error code can also be displayed if the CCU goes bad. There is a door latch relay on the board that controls the door locking mechanism. The CCU is not serviceable and must be replaced if defective. In addition, make sure all the connector plugs between the CCU and door latch are connected and snug. Thank you !!
At first thought it was door lock mechanism was at fault but proved it to be ok - removed rubber 'boot' which on this model was on two stretchable spring retainers and checked operation of door lock.
Thought door hinges may have been bent so dismantled door, finding the problem to be the pin that the door latch pivots on had come out on one side so not lining up properly. This was easily pushed back into position.
Is there a dl code? If not note the door striker position as the door closes. If you have to push it shut you need a door lock and if the striker is hitting below the latch too much a hinge will fix it. Finally look for a black pin above the striker for any damage as the latch will need to be replaced if broken too. Because with this and a door hanging low will not close the circuit and the ccu will believe the door is open also.
There is a very small chance the door latch is bad.My opinion with this model is your control board may be out.If your door does click in when you close it then the lock will will activate by the control board.If it wont click shut at all then of course it wont be able to lock.In this case you do have to change the "Door Latch Assembly". Please rate this !!!