I have a GE Profile WPRE6100G0 washer that sort of works perfectly, sometimes.
I ran the service diagnostics and there aren't any obvious issues.
The mechanics all seem fine and when it runs, it runs okay (other than the fact that I'd like for it to let me run the hot as hot as I'd like).
The issues are that it seems to just stop at random times, mostly it seems during the fill cycle, but at other times as well.
I took apart the control panel and unplugged and replugged all the connectors, blew out any dust and checked that there was no oxidation in any of the circuitry.
The reason I ask about the cycle selector switch is because it will sometimes jump from the info it should be reading to some different output, as if a different cycle was selected. And I even noticed that at one point during a fill cycle there was a combination of a number along with the normal rotational output indicating the fill cycle.
The only thing I can think to do is to replace the circuit board, but I don't know if this will fix the problem or not. Is it worth a shot just to try it?
Any advice is much appreciated.