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Please tell me its complete model number
Thanks for that...if the washer drains fine and you have cleaned the filter/drain pump completely then it is the door lock mechanism that is bad and will need replacement
If you think door lock is fine then it is the control board that is bad and will need replacement...
well until now you have not mentioned anywhere that F 5 code appeared
no problem, now it explains why it actually stops after few minutes...F 5 is a draining error code...you'll have to take off the filter, then clean it again and look at the back were the filter...you'll see the x shaped impeller, try to clean it and make sure it is cleaned and not jammed...after cleaning, set it on a spin cycle with the filter out and check closely if the impeller is spinning...if not then something is jammed in the pump.... now with the washer unplugged, pull it out and tip it backwards...then take off the hoses and clear them...make sure everything is clean and nothing is stuck...once it is clean try the washer again and let me know how it goes
F5 - The pressure switch is stuck, or is not being able to sense that the washer is infact empty (a blockage in the tube)...To solve the issue, you need to remove the lid of the washer and find the pressure switch.. take off the rubber tube connected to the prssure switch and blow down it in the driection of the drum to clear any possible blockage...If this does not work then you need to replace the pressure switch ( part number C00272450 )
Do not blow into the pressure switch as this can damage the switch
As you have responded to me I will answer your comment and then leave you to it with KevinWhiteJAYou say that the appliance is starting and then counting down with no other action.. Then the door is locking ok...
Next should be water inlet, but, the pressure switch will prevent water entering the appliance if it thinks that there is suffice in the tub... If the pressure switch is stuck (F5), then the door lock will operate, but there will be no water intake ..
The pressure switch also operates the motor therefore a faulty pressure switch would prevent the motor from operating if it thinks water is in the drum.. it MAY continue to pump out untill it can sense an empty drum... the door lock will also be prevented from opening at this point due to the fact that the pressure switch thinks the drum is full of water.
Sorry I could not give you further assistance other than the diagnostics.At least you shout be covered by your 5 year parts cover