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The F24 error indicates the water temperature sensor is not reading the expected temperature. This could be caused by a problem with the water temperature sensor, the heating element, the wiring or the control board. First unplug the washer and check that all of the wires are correctly connected. Next check the resistance across the temperature sensor; it should be 9.7K Ohms at room temperature. If this reading is not close to 10K Ohms, replace the sensor.

Next check the heating element and that the wiring has continuity between the sensor and the control board. (You're checking for breaks in the wires.) Replace any damaged parts. If these parts are okay, then the control board has to be replaced.

Please add a comment with the model of the Spors Duet washer if you'd like me to try to find a parts diagram or price list for the unit.
I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Whirlpool... | Answered 3 hours ago | 20 views

Check all rubber seals.
check pump outlet pipe for damage.
Check filter housing,and filter.
Good luck.

Washing Machines | Answered 4 hours ago | 21 views

use brain and think . what makes timer move?

Washing Machines | Answered 19 hours ago | 16 views

i don't know. i just repaired a top load with same symptoms.
I found the pin on lid did not quite reach the 'CLOSED SWITCH'. finger on lid was plastic so i had to lift lid and raise pressure switch by wrapping a ribbon of sheet aluminum around it so plastic lid pin could reach it. do not
cheat this safety switch as it shuts off spin so folks won't loose their arm. DO NOT BY PASS THIS SAFETY SWITCH.

Maytag Washing... | Answered 20 hours ago | 19 views

Either coupler was installed incorrectly or transmission is bad.

Whirlpool... | Answered 22 hours ago | 22 views

Take it apart and on the back and you will find a magnet pull the magnet apart. And cover it with engine oil then put it back in and it should work i did this with about 88 wash machines

Washing Machines | Answered Yesterday | 19 views

there could be a fuse in the control board that you can look at
other than that get in a technician as the unit could be damaged from the power surge

GE Washing... | Answered Yesterday | 1,072 views

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