Thank you for the reply. I will be helping you with the question. Fred has taken vacation for the next week. By what you have stated, it sounds like you have narrowed the problem down to a drain problem. The easiest way to determine the problem is with a volt ohmmeter. If you have a meter and can safely, check live voltages please follow the information below. First, turn the power off and remove the lower access panel. Then locate and remove the wires to the drain pump. Once the wires are disconnected, connect the meter leads to each wire and turn the meter to check ac voltage. Then turn the power on, select a cancel, and close the door. When two is displayed and the door is closed, you should have 120 volts ac on the wires. If you have the voltage, I recommend replacing the drain pump. If you do not have the voltage, I recommend ohming the wires to the drain pump. If they are ok I would suspect a defective control board. Please let me know if you need further assistance.