Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
A faulty "Wax-Motor" that they are called on these door locks that actually assists in the movement of the mechanism to lock the door is bad,this is quite common,also carefully check the wiring to the wax motor from the control board,and also carefully inspect this control board for 2 burned components a resistor #R-11 and a component called a Triac next to it,and the underside of the circuit board for signs of burns as when this wax-motor goes bad it shorts out the triac and burns the associated resistor R-11next to it,if you have any error codes,sometimes unplugging the unit will clear the codes,if these ideas won't help in your query,and the door is still in the locked position with clothes inside the washer,remove the top,then the control panel and there is a cable to manually pull to release the door....good luck and thank you,please rank.rate this info if it assists you.........daniel
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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