09:53AM | 03/08/10
Member Since: 03/07/10
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I have a new GE profile cloths washer model number WPRB9220D1WW. It has never been used before but has been sitting around for about three years, so the warranty has run out. It will not spin or agitate at all. It fills with water and pumps just fine. I have run through the service modes and found that everything other then the motor checks out just fine. I am not sure about the lid lock, as I am not sure when it should lock. I have not seen this lid lock work. The lid switch is working just fine. The actual motor does not spin at all. In trying to trouble shoot the motor in service mode I have seen voltages move to fast to read on my meter at the motor. From the main board 120vac is sent to the inverter board for a couple of seconds, then a relay trips on the main board. Which stops the voltage for a couple of seconds. Then I see 120VAC again from the main board to inverter board. Is this normal? Thanks in advance of any help.


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