Modern washing machines are equipped with an electronic timer, responsible for overseeing various internal circuits like those managing drainage and heating.
When troubleshooting a potential issue within one of these circuits, it is generally more practical to first inspect all the individual components within that circuit rather than attempting to prove that the problem originates from the control board.
For instance, in the drainage circuit, you should evaluate the functionality of the drain pump and its associated wiring. In the heating circuit, the assessment should encompass the heating element, thermostat, and the wiring associated with these components.
Should you still suspect that the issue persists within the control board, it's important to note that verifying the condition of the board can be challenging, often necessitating its complete replacement.
In the upcoming video, we will explore several methods to assist you in diagnosing the issues you may be encountering with your washing machine.