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    Default [FIXED] Frigidaire FTF530FS1

    Model Number: FTF530FS1
    Brand: Frigidaire

    I have a problem with my drum not spinning at all. The pump sounds like it is going on so I don't think its the door switch. I have seen in other posts that I can test that with the plastic piece that hangs down in the front of the machine. If I can confirm that the door latch works what would be the next step?
    Thaks for any help
    Last edited by Jake; February 5th, 2011 at 10:54 AM. Reason: Corrected model#

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    Your model is not correct . It should be the number 1 at the end not the letter i.

    Go here
    http://www.frigidaire.com/manuals

    type in the correct model number in the box FTF530FS1

    download the wiring diagram and scroll down to "Motor Will Not run". Follow the instructions

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    Yes, Jack is correct.

    Its likely the spin control board assembly thats bad.

    There is also a fuse on that spin control board, check it with a ohm meter to see if its good, should have continuity(0-1 ohm on your ohm meter).

    Here's the spin control board for your model you can order here:
    Part#134149220 is RepairClinic Item #1206430
    Spin control board assembly

    All parts come with a 365 day full refund, even if you installed them.

    In the bottom of your washer, you should have a tech. data sheet, it tells you what to check for when the tub is not turning if the fuse is good.

    But 90% of the time when the tub does not turn at all in wash or spin, then its the spin control board.

    Let us know what you find.

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    For that test connector on your door latch switch use a voltage meter and Simply insert your black and red testing needles into the receptacle. If there is voltage during the spin cycle, this is bad. Replace your door lock and latch. If there is no voltage, the door lock is not your problem.

    You can order at this link:
    Door lock and switch assembly

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    Jackofalltrades, I had trouble following the links. But thank you for the help.
    Jake, I found the tech sheet and test 5&6 for no voltage and had power from the test receptacle and had power. So the problems seems to be the door latch. I ordered one from the link you left me.
    Again, thanks for the help

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    Ok, sounds good, keep us posted.

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    Well, I put the switch in and still no go. I guess I'll be looking at the spin control board

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    Ok, thats odd with the test you did in post #5 it pointed to a bad door switch.

    Yes, then the new motor spin control board should fix it.

    Keep us posted.

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    I'm not really sure if its makes a difference in test results. When I pulled the Spin Control Board out a diode fell into my hand. It was cracked and had no continuity.

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    Then yes, a new spin control board will fix it.

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