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error code f 25 on kenmore he5t front load washer

model no 110.4770. what does it mean?

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Mark T
Thank you for your question.

F25 indicates a motor tachometer error.

The f25 error code is a motor tachometer error. To determine the problem you will have to remove the top cover and the front access panel. Please make sure to unplug the washer first. On some models, the rear panel will have to be taken off for easier access to the motor control. Now with the washer-unplugged remove each wire connector one at a time and make sure the pins in the connector are not bent then reseat them on the board. Now retest the washer. If the washer still fails, you will need a volt ohmmeter to ohm the motor.

With the washer unplugged, locate the motor harness. Now unplug the motor connector to ohm the motor. Follow the list below to check the motor.

Pin 1 to 3 6 ohms

Pin 1 to 2 6 ohms

Pin 2 to 3 6 ohms

Pin 4 to 5 115 ohms

If the readings are close to what is listed above the motor is fine and the problem could be a defective motor control or the harness. At this point, you can order the motor control (mostly the problem) but it is not returnable if it does not fix the washer or have a service technician repair the washer. The technician will be able to accurately diagnose the problem to quickly repair the washer.

I have added a few images to help you with accessing the components and ohming the motor.

If you need further assistance, please reply with more details below.

Please click on the following link to order any parts that you need.

Sears Parts Direct



If you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired at your home by a Sears technician. Here is a link for the website:

Sears Home Services

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Mark T.
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Appliance error codes can be confusing. I found a similar question and attached the post below. Hope this helps!
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