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mah6700aww gets upside down F and E error code

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I have a maytag washer mah6700aww that give an error code after it warms up. If I do a quick wash it may make it all the way through. but next load gives a FE code with the F upside down. Ran Diag and all tests pass. Normal cycle will usually run about half way befor error.

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... upside down F and E error code

lower case t E ?

Sump thermistor failure

Thermistor

Unplug harness connector and test from wire insertion side of connector.

Pin #6 and Pin #3 of CN3

13K ohms @ 70F (2.5V DC)

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I am guessing that is an "LE" error code. From my research, two possibilities....water level error (check your drain hose) as found in the owner's manual or overheating motor as found in the service manual.

lower case t E ?

makes more sense

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Yes---as RegUS mentioned---the "tE" error is a Thermistor Error.

Can be caused by:

1) Corroded plug connection at THERMISTOR (common)

2) Failed HEATER (can be tested for continuity with a test meter)

NOTE: The THERMISTOR can be access from the bottom of the washer---if an assistant can tip the washer back.

The location of the *bullet-shaped* sensor is at/near the 6 o'clock position on the front of the tub.

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