Our technician Adam happened to repair the Whirlpool WFW95HEXW0 washing machine that wouldn't fill with water.
He made sure that the water hose was ok, and nothing prevented the water to come in.
Our technician turned the washer on and started perfrorming the diagnostics. The washer started to drain the water, then it unlocked the door. Technician tried to start the washer once again, hoping it will eventually start. He was able to switch the programs, buttons were responsive, but the washer still wouldn't fill with water. Suddenly, an error code E02 F06 showed up. This error code meant that the electronic contol board was malfunctioning.
Adam dissasembled the washer, deattached the control panel. He also found a lot of debris inside the filter, cleaned it out, hoping it would help. He reassemled the washer, reconnected all the hoses, but the washer wouldn't start. An error code E02 F06 kept showing up. The service manual advised to chech the motor. Technician checked it and found that the motor was runnung properly. Then he starting to inspect the main control board. Once he opened up the cover, he found the diods were burned out. It's been decided to replace the control board.
We ordered the part, received it the next day, so it took us 2 days to complete the repair. Once Adam installed the new board, all the problems has gone.
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