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KainThornn

Yet another Maytag LAT8305AAE dead in the water

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Well...dead FULL of water...it's been bailed out and when I opened the control panel I found a lot of corrosion on the exposed metal. Anyways, it filled up just right, then stopped. No actions whatsoever. I found and repaired a few damaged wires and a bad terminal on the fuse, but still no motion. Neither the timer motor or the drive motor hum. Is this a bad timer or something I haven't found yet? Thanks!

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Really? That's a whole lot better than the timer unit! Thanks!

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Straaaange...I tried to check voltage at the switch..it started up...agitating...spin cycle...etc... :huh:

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Straaaange...I tried to check voltage at the switch..it started up...agitating...spin cycle...etc... :huh:

As Ahnold would say, "You'll be back."

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Ahnuld iss goot for de Valkingk Dedt progrum on de telliffission...hiss careeah is dedt...undt he iss valkingk... :D

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Doubt he has much to worry about - it's been a pretty good run for him

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