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    Default F24 Error Code

    Model Number: 110.47512601
    Brand: Sears Kenmore
    Age: 1-5 years

    Our Kenmore washer displayed an F24 error code this morning. I read this may be an erroneous code and to remove power for 30 minutes. The error code is gone. I am still concerned. I went to the Electronic Control board, item 6 on the Control Panel parts diagram, located on the right side in the front. I removed connector "TH2" at the top of the Electronic Control board, and checked the resistance. It read "open". The two black wires coming from the TH2 plug on the EC board appear to go to the back of the washer.
    Looking at the "Tub and Basket Parts" diagram, item 24, the "NTC Sensor", P/N 8181705 appears to be located on the front of the washer.

    Am I looking at the correct part? Does TH2 go to the NTC temp sensor? If this is located in the front, how can I access it to replace it?

    Thanks,
    Bill

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    I don't know Bill, we can't access Kenmore wiring schematics online, are you looking at your schematic?

    Normaly, that`s the water temperature sensor unit. But it can be related to your central control unit ccu if you have a code f1 and f24.

    Here's the water temp. sensor switch for your model:
    Manufacturer's Number: 8181705


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    Default F24 Error Code

    Thanks for the reply Jake,

    I was looking at the pictorial diagrams provided by the SearsPartsDirect.com web site. The only error code is F24. I have read other messages on this subject and am confused because the pictorial diagrams provided by Sears show the sensor in the front of the tub, yet others are saying to replace the sensor remove the back of the washer as the sensor is in the back.

    Am I correct in believing the TH2 connector on the electrical control board is indeed the temperature sensor (thermistor)?

    Thanks again for your reply Jake,

    Bill

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    Yes Bill I would agree with you, but I can't be 100% certain since I don't have a schematic to go by.

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    Thanks for your help Jake, I appreciate it.

    Bill

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    Glad to help Bill.

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