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#1 torchkeeper

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Posted 16 April 2005 - 01:00 PM

my washer continues to aggitate the load " and me" even after it counts down into the rinse cycle. if i push off button, lights go out but still continues to aggitate. will keep going till end of time ortill i open the door. any ideas? for some reason i think it has something to do with contacts in the switch activated by safety latch!!

this happened a couple months back and hasn`t come back till now.

thanks, for the help


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Posted 17 April 2005 - 01:52 AM

This is most likely a flakey control board

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You should use the wiring diagram, located inside the control panel,  and your trusty multimeter to confirm.  For this washer/dryer set, I highly recommend the repair manual set from Maytag.  IT'll have all the disassemble, diagnostic, and repair procedures you needs, including the wiring diagram and schematic.





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