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Washing machine not working

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by Jazzynash, 11 Aug 2013.

  1. Jazzynash

    Jazzynash

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    Hi

    Can anyone please help

    I have a Whirpool 6th Sense washing machine model AWOE 9558B
    with error code F06,pointing to MCU, I have checked the carbon brushes which are spring loaded on the motor these seem to be fine (I think) with about approx 25mm left on either side, machine cycle's to rinse & spin then throw's above code I did notice drum not spinning I have checked the belt this is ok. your help is appreciated.
    Many Thanks
     
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    Most of those kind of faults turn out to be the PCB.

    You seem to say the motor is turning so I would be surprised if it was the MCU but its possible.

    There is a specific section of this site for white goods although ny experience is that there are no people with much technical experience of electronic/electrical faults on washing machines.

    Tony
     
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    You'd think being a "6th sence" it would warn you when it was going to breakdown ;)
     
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