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KainThornn

Yet another lat8305aae question...

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I found three threads, but the problems described are a little different than what I have.  Mine stoopped filling way before it was to the desired level, and the only function is has left working is spin.  No wash or fill.  He'p!

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check the Fuse in the Lid Switch Assembly

The Fuse is designed to blow if either of the (2) Lid Switches ever fail to toggle at the correct timing sequence

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=3406

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http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=1800

 

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new Lid Switch Assembly

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The fuse is toast!  Thank you!

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I can't make out the rating of the fuse  :(

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the Fuse is designed to blow when one of the Safety Switches goes bad

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Ahhh...got one on order...thanks again!

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Also, is there any reasonable safe way to mickey mouse the washer to run just one or lwo loads?  I'm out of too many things!  :(

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It's a  4A Fuse, but if one of the Switches is bad, it may blow again.

I can't recommend disconnecting the White wire :whistling: from the Switch for testing.

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I will most assuredly leave the white wire alone!

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I replaced the fuse, but I leave the machine unplugged until it's ready to start, then unplug it prior to unloading.  That way the door switch(es) are never in the circuit path.  Washing in progress!

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