Ok I will try that when I get home.
I wasn't sure if the fault/error codes were saved/generated after a diagnostic test or in regular use.
Make sure the Basket rotates freely by hand both direction's, if it doesn't then you may have something stuck between the Inner Basket and Outer Tub.
When you run the Fault Code Display Mode (after you Activate the Service Diagnostic Test Mode), the first code is the most recent (be sure to write them down in order).
Also, be sure the nut is tight on the big belt pulley (located in the bottom center underneath the unit, remove plastic cover shield to tighten the nut).
Afterwards, run the Manual Test for Agitation & Spin Mode (lift the top panel during test to see if it will try to Agitate and/or Spin).
If the Fault/Error Code is either F7E1 & F7E5 (or both), the most common part that fails on this unit is the Shifter/Actuator (p/n W10006355
After replacing any electrical parts, always run the Calibration Test so the Washer works properly.
View the video (below) from YouTube to help you get into Diagnostic Mode & Fault Code Display Mode: