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GE WPRE6150K2WT washer wont spin or agitate

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It can be very aggravating when your washer malfunctions and will not agitate or spin. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did some research on the unit. At this time, I was unable to locate information that would be helpful in regards to your question. Some of these questions that are asked will need specific research and will be answered by an expert with-in two business days but usually sooner.

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Julio -
November 29, 2012
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The error codes depend upon the blinking light on the motor. The first image may help you with this. Two flashing lights indicating a slipping belt is one of the more common errors. This might be caused by a loose hub nut. If a meter is available then ohm the mode shifter and check voltage to the motor control. Changing the fuse should have got you running again. I hope this helps. Let me know how things go and we'll discuss the next step.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 01, 2012
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Hi Fred, Thanks for the response, but I got these images from the pamphlete in the control housing already and as I said the only blinks for the motor are the normal standby 1 sec on 1 sec off or what I called the heart beat. As a field tech in the HVAC side of things I have an assortment of meters at my disposal but ohming out the mode shirter will give me a value with no base line comparison. I found no data to tell me what the reading should be. After forcing the control into service mode and cycling through the individual modes one at a time I can get the hot and cold water valves to open and close and I can get the pump to work (in this model the pump is a seporate motor from the drive motor). All the while I am putting it through the cycles the motor control board (light on top of the motor) contunes to blink 1 sec on, 1 sec off as though it is getting no signal from the timer /cycle control Keep in mind that this board was replaced with a foctory fresh replacment already so it is not likely that is the issue. But I wonder about the mode shifter. If I knew what the ohms should be I would have something to compare it to.

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Jim -
December 01, 2012
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You seem to be very capable and sorry to start out with the basics. The most common cause of this problem was an open fuse but you indicate you replaced the fuse. The information needed to enter the diagnostic test are in the 2nd and 3rd image below. The mode shifter, the C7 plug with the red and yellow wire should have a resistance of approximately 98 ohms at room temperature. Good luck.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 03, 2012
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Hi again Fred. I had found the instructions in the backsplash on how to get it into field service mode but thanks. What I did not have was the ohms reading and that data is most helpful, thanks. What I have at room temp (aprox. 62F in this case) is an ohm reading of 63.6. Do you feel as though that is enough of a varience to conclude the mode shifter to be the weak link now? I don't have a com[lete schematic so I'm not cetain what roll the mode shifter plays and what consequences would come of a faulty mode shifter.I'm not sure a complete schmematic is even avalable simce part of it would be the circuitry on the motor and not feild repairable anyway ( at least for most folks). I have done some circuit patch work on boards before but I am no expert at it.

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Jim -
December 03, 2012
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The 2nd image below may help explain the mode shifter function.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 04, 2012
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Hi Fred Been a busy month for me working 6 days a week trying to get some extra cash for Christmas, and the seventh day reservered for church services and visitation with my grandson, Anyway. I went throught the pin tests and did not get the readings detailed but yet I still have the steady blinking light indicating ready/standby mode. My results were as follows. C2P5 to C2P3= 120VAC, C2P6 to C2P3=120VAC (lid closed), C7P1 to C7P2=0VDC at start and after 15 seconds = 0VDC (it was noted that I had 295VDC @ C7P1&2 with mode shifter unplugged). Low Agitate; C2P3 to C4P2=7.4VAC, C2P3 to C4P4=6.9VAC with similar results on the high agitate. Also I still get 63.8OHMS with an ambient temp of about 63F

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Jim -
December 20, 2012
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Make sure you have 120 volts to the control on the white/red and red/black to the control. Confirm this since the fuse blowing was a known issue.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 23, 2012
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119.3 confirmed on white/red and red and black at motor control board.

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Jim -
December 24, 2012
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The voltage is okay and at least means the fuse is okay. What happened when you ran the diagnostic test? Did the motor run and did it fill and drain?

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
December 26, 2012
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