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May I have the full model # of your Washer so I can help you efficiently?
Also how old is your washer?
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does it start to fill with water? Also does it seem to matter if you set it for hot or cold water (if you have that)?
And when it stops, what happens other than the error? Anything?
Hi, yes I agree that may very well be the issue here.
Did it do exactly the same thing before you replaced the main board?
This really sounds like a bad NEW main board.
You would be surprised how many come in this way! Im a feild tech so I see this all the time its frustrating to say the least.
The wiring is almost never the problem. O I suspect you got another one with problems. Make sure also when you return that board, that you tell them to make sure that you have a PRE Programmed PROM.
It sounds like that may very well be the issue, either a non programmed IC or a bad main board.
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ED 1 is definetly a dryer board fault.
If you take the top off and look behind the plastic control panel you will see a small square control board. This is the dryer board. You will need to replace that to cure the fault.
As what will have happened here when the red wire broke of the sensor on the back it will have fallen against the motor which will have cause this board to fail. I've seen it a few times.
Replacing thae dryer board and that should get the washer up and running again.
Hi, unfortunately no, it requires a signal from the dryer board to the main board for operation.
Its computer style, (handshake conditions).
You need that board to make it run even a wash cycle correctly as it is fully integrated.
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