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Q:

What is the very small piece next to the flywheel parts picture? Mine is missing and the flywheel just spins and does not engage the shaft to get started

A:

The small item in the picture of the flywheel is a woodruff key that would fit into the crankshaft to lock the flywheel to the shaft.

This is an old picture and the key used to be a separate part from the flywheel. The flywheel on your trimmer has the key made into it. If the flywheel key shears, you have to replace the flywheel. The new flywheel will have a key made to it.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
June 15, 2010
Q:

WBVH6240 front-loading washer

A:

Hi Anthony,

Thank you for submitting a question to Manage My Life.

The inverter on this washer is the motor control board. The main control is the "brain" for all other functions. The inverter receives commands from the control board and controls motor operation. The inverter is enclosed in a protective housing and is located on the chassis, under the left side of the outer tub. It is inserted in 2 guides at the rear and held in place by a single Phillips-head screw at the front. For the inverter to operate the motor correctly requires a supply voltage of 120 VAC, DC input from the control board, and the three motor windings intact. Specific failures associated with the inverter can initiate error codes E43, E4A, E4B, E4C, E4E, E4F, and E53.

There is not an E56 error code that I am aware of. The E70 = Stuck key Continuous key read for 60 seconds.

In the service mode:

t10 = Tumble test. Display shows tt. Wash basket spins in one direction for 5seconds, pauses, and then spins in the opposite direction for 5 seconds. Repeats until exit initiated. (Note: Beginning direction is random.)

t11 = Spin speed-low spin/high spin test. Display shows rpm. Pump runs, displays 0, then wash basket ramps to 400 rpm. Press Start/Pause a second time to ramp to 1000 rpm. (May display 999 or 0 for 1000 rpm.) Then motor is unpowered, displays 0, pump runs, and returns to t11.

t14 = Spin speed ramp up test. Display shows rpm. Pump runs, displays0, then wash basket ramps to 100 rpm, pauses, ramps to 350 rpm, pauses, then ramps to and holds at 1000 rpm. (May display 999 or 0 for 1000 rpm.)

The rest of the test does not involve the motor or the inverter (motor control board).

To check the inverter: Always unplug or de-energize electrical equipment before removing covers or attempting service. Be careful and wear appropriate hand protection when working around sharp metal parts. Working with live electrical current can be very hazardous and possibly deadly. Do not attempt these measurements without the proper tools and safeguards. If you are not already sure you can perform these checks safely and competently, refer this work to a qualified professional.

  1. Remove the service panel.
  2. Press the 4 tabs inward and remove the junction box cover.
  3. Enter test mode t10, t11, or t14.
  4. Check for 120 VAC between the blue and red wires at the AC input harness.
Note: The 120 VAC inverter supply voltage is present only when the motor is supposed to be operating.
  1. Unplug washer, then check motor resistance. If 120 VAC is present at the AC input harness and motor resistance is correct, replace the inverter.
Note: If the inverter overheats, the washer will stop for 5 minutes.

To check the motor:

  1. Remove the service panel.
  2. Disconnect the motor wire harness.
  3. On the motor plug, check for an approximate resistance value of 6 ohms between any two of the three wires:

Blue to white - 6 OHMS

Blue to red - 6 OHMS

White to red - 6 OHMS

The sensor has a resistance value of approximately 118 OHMS between the two orange wires.

If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services .

Here is a link that you may use to view the parts list diagram or to purchase any parts needed; Sears Parts Direct .

I hope this is helpful. Check the things I have covered here, and if I may be of further assistance, include more details in a reply to this post.

Landell

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Landell -
Sears Technician
February 09, 2012
A:

Anthony,

These washers can be difficult to diagnose and not my favorite to work on! From what you are describing it is possible the door lock or the main control could be causing this. Typically you will get a door lock error though.

I recommend you Perform T02 test to check for any stored Error Codes. To run T02, remove power to washer for 30 seconds. Reapply power, press Signal button, press Delay Start button, press Signal button again, and press Delay Start button again. When T01 comes up on the display (possibly up to 3-minute delay before T01 is displayed), rotate the Cycle Select knob until T02 is displayed, then press Start button. The first Error Code, if any, will be displayed at this time. If no Error Codes, display will show E00. Rotate the Cycle Select knob clockwise up to 10 clicks to view any additional Error Codes.

I am including the wiring diagram for this washer in the image below. Check the door lock and door switch carefully. And if you get any additional error codes, we can work on diagnosing with those.

I hope this is helpful. Check the things I have covered here, and if I may be of further assistance please reply to this post.

Landell

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Landell -
Sears Technician
February 20, 2012
A:

Anthony,

In your initial question you stated, "Earlier I got E70 and E56 error code, I reset it and now I get E56 but not the E70 error code". And then in my first response I said, "There is not an E56 error code that I am aware of. The E70 = Stuck key Continuous key read for 60 seconds". Now in your last post you said, "I'm still getting the E54 code". There is an E54 error for this washer. It means "No motor response" Lost communication between control and the drive motor.

This is what I recommend now:

(A). Check connections/cables between controls.

(B). Check the motor in diagnostics - t10 tumble, t11 spin, t14 spin.

(C). Power down (unplug) washer, wait 30 seconds and retry - if reoccurs, replace inverter.

If the wires are good between the control board and inverter, and between the inverter and the motor and the motor still will not run, the inverter is probably bad. as I stated earlier today, " These washers can be difficult to diagnose and not my favorite to work on"!

I hope this is helpful. Check the things I have covered here, and let me know what you find.

Landell

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Landell -
Sears Technician
February 20, 2012
A:

Anthony,

I have always advised against used electronics. There are so many out there that have been rebuilt poorly.

Let me know if you need further assistance.

Landell

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Landell -
Sears Technician
February 21, 2012
A:

Anthony,

Did you ohm the motor per my instructions? I would also like you to check the pressure switch. I am including instructions for this below.

Check the things I have covered here, and if I may be of further assistance please reply to this post.

Landell

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Landell -
Sears Technician
February 23, 2012
A:

Anthony,

The next thing I recommend is checking the door lock and switch. if the door lock is working, you most likely have a bad main control. I have given you the wiring diagram previously.

Check the things I have covered here, and if I may be of further assistance please reply to this post.

Landell

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Landell -
Sears Technician
February 27, 2012
A:

Anthony,

I am glad to hear that you are up and running! Please keep Manage My Life in mind for all of your do-it-yourself projects.

Landell

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Landell -
Sears Technician
February 28, 2012
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