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 Posted: Wed Feb 21st, 2007 12:05 pm
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I have a whirlpool washer model # LHW0050PQ. When running the machine it will pre-wash, wash and then goes to stop skipping the rince and spin.

Dose any body know why this is happening. 

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Sort of vague on the problem.....you mean dead for drain/spin??? Clarify more please.



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The machine advances to the stop position skipping rince and spin. It does drain but needless to say the cloths are very wet.

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This machine has a PCB control, that seems to be a logical assumption, but B4 I change that part is there any thing that will cause this washer to react this way other than the main control?

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the motor cant start iself the trans mission aint gonna work in some settings and not in others on its own it has to be the timer module :yikes:dang electronics



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Oh, this lovely unit that was made by Asko. These are known for the control boards and the motors failing.

This machine does not have a transmission, Applianceman, pay attention!

 

 

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I asumed it was the control board, just wanted comfirmation.

Thanks for the info I'll order the board.

Kennyb

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