AJ, a couple of days ago the washer was throwing dL code and diagnostic modes show F82 and F83. The washer had been repaired once before for a broken lid lock latch by a Sears tech and I was attentive enough to see that removing the top, etc, was not a big deal so I took out the lid lock assembly this time and checked the resistances per information on the web. Indicated a broken lid lock assy. I took the assy apart to check inside and there was a burn mark around what looks to be a thermistor or current limiting resiston in series with the little electric motor. The device in series was burned up completely so I bought a new one assy, plugged it in and still showing dL code. Last night I removed the control module and the lid lock motor driver chip had its top of the package blown off and pin number 2 had completely fused off. I am an electrical engineer and to see this kind of damage on the chip was surprising to me. It would take a lot of current to fuse one of these pins and blow up a chip like this so something happened somewhere to cause this kind of damage. So it's off to get a new control board.