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Kitchenaid not cycling

I have a mod.# kudso1flss2 kitchenaid and installed a new heating element which came with a new replacement electronics board. After installing the parts and reinstalling water,drain, etc. The washer would not fill, but would try to activate the washer arm. I reinstalled the old board and it worked fine, for a few days, and then it began operate the same as with the new board. Is there some type of code/sequence that it is looking for?

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DONT KNOW THIS UNIT BUT TRACE BACK YOUR STEPS. CHECK THE PRESSURE SWITCH FOR AN AIR BUBBLE AS THERE SHOULD BE NO ACTION WITH THE ROTORS UNTILL YOUR WATER LEVEL IS CORRECT.CHECK IF THE SUMP LIMIT ISNT STICKING.

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