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Dyn8164D-80 With E09 Fault

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hi, i hope you are well.

i have a DYN8164D-80 with a e09 fault. from a bit of googling, i believe this to be a circuit board fault (motor triac issue, usually caused by a circuit board failure is one thing i have read on here)

it recently had a huge issue when i had put some car foot mats in it and man did it get clogged up. ive cleaned it all out and its been fine for about 6 weeks. i have notice there is a split in the rubber seal on the drum...but ive been on holiday and havent got round to fixing it....so yesterday whilst it was doing a spin it made a horrendous noise (like a really loud ppffffht!), stopped working and the front panel lcd started flashing on and off rapidly. i turned it off at the mains, left it for 24 hours (to dry out as it sounded like it had shorted) and turned it on. it has since done one load of washing but is now coming up with the E09 fault shortly after i try and start a program. the drum turns, it pumps water and then goes to the fault.

a few questions please:

1) is it likely to be the pcb?

2) there seem to be two pcb's for this machine - is that correct? if so, am i likely to need the "base board" or the "pcb control panel"

3)is it worth fixing this thing? i am an IT tech and have no fear of taking things apart and replacing bits and pieces...but its never been a great machine...

thanks in advance for your help

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