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    Default Finding version of Samsung WF210ANW/XAA

    Model Number: WF210ANW/XAA
    Brand: Samsung
    Age: 6-10 years

    Our washer broke. After going through the diagnostics I have determined the Main PCB is bad. Power going into the unit but it doesn't turn on and smells like hot electronics.

    I searched high and low to find the proper PCB, including chatting with Samsung, but I still am not sure what is the proper replacement. The original is a DC92-00301E. A part search shows many versions of that same board. Apparently there is 4 version of this washer and I assume that will determine what board I need if not the original 301E version.

    None of the service tags show a version for this washer. Should I assume that means version 1?

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    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Yes Steve,

    The correct PCB board for your model is this one:
    DC92-00301E Assy Pcb Main


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    Thank you for confirming that Jake.

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    Glad to help Steve, let us know how it goes.

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    I'm back to confirm that the board fixed the problem...I think. I have a DS code which could be related to me messing with the door to get it open. I haven't dug into that yet.

    Edit: I had disconnected the door switch because it was stuck locked. Hooked it up and thought life was good. Things started to run then the new board went blank and doesn't power up. I think maybe the motor or something is burning up the board.

    Time for a new washer I guess.

    Thanks for the help finding the proper board.
    Last edited by Steve in PA; October 23rd, 2018 at 06:09 PM. Reason: More information

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    Yes Steve, I recommend Whirlpool, Maytag, and Amana washers.

    Samsung and LG don't hold up as well.

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