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MAH3000AWW Maytag Washer

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even if restarted shuts off in every rinse cycle after 30-40 seconds; shuts off in spin cycle, again after 30-40 seconds - no spin at all now (see below).

This is in either regular or quick cycle - same problem.  just 3 quick clicks x 3 each time, then shuts off.

BTW, still had a slow-spin issue that was never resolved (no spin at all now)...

Appears now something more fried!

Any help, ideas (other than burial ceremony) would be welcome !!!:D

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More than likely the motor control board in the bottom of the machine is fried.  Maytag had such a problem with these motor control boards that you have to replace the motor and the motor control board as a kit.  Unplug the machine, take the front off of the machine, reach in and take a look at the motor control board for either a blown fuse or burnt components.

 

http://servicematters.com/maytag_library/docs/16010061.pdf

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Part link for motor and control board kit ==> Click

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Great - THANKS !!!

 

Would this also resolve the 'previous' slow-spin issue? 

(or might that be something on upper control board?)

wanted to get a grip on total cost/worst case repair - to judge vs. just buying new washer...)

 

thanks Again !

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[user=62485]poconored[/user] wrote:

Would this also resolve the 'previous' slow-spin issue? 

Insufficient data. However, in accordance with the 8th Law of the Prophecy, we much fix the obvious problems first.

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