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Maytag Stack Model # LSG7800aal starts the next cycle on the dial all by itself.


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Posted 12 September 2013 - 02:48 PM

Hello,

 

Based on an earlier post on applianceguru.com (see below) it looks like I need to replace a relay in my LSG7800aal. My question is which relay? The parts diagram/list shows two parts from whirlpool: 5) Relay, Part Number AP4024004 and 7) Relay, Part Number AP3854539.

 

The description in the post below are the exact same symptoms I have, and I already replaced pressure switch.  If anyone could help point out the correct relay part number that would be extremely helpful!

 

Thanks!!!

 

Eric

 

    

 

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http://applianceguru...rum2/13782.html

 

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spacer.gif Hi,
I have a customer with a Maytag stack. The washer goes through the whole cycle and when it is done, the timer continues clicking and starts the next cycle on the dial all by itself.

I changed the timer and the new one did the same thing.

I've heard it could be the water pressure switch.

Any ideas??

Bo

 

 

 
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spacer.gif You have a motor run relay that is sticking.  You will also probably find it dry agitates as it is filling.  With the run relay sticking, it will send L1 to the motor and back up to the timer energizing the motor and advancing it.  You can ohm it to be 100% sure, but if you are agitating while filling, it is a slam dunk bad relay.  Relay is located behind the washer front panel mounted to the left hand side by the pressure switch. 

 

 



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 Posted: Thu Sep 20th, 2007 02:22 pm   t bogreen
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spacer.gif That did the trick.
Thanks alot.

Bo


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Posted 12 September 2013 - 09:34 PM

OK nevermind I figured it out. It is the "Run Relay" and not the "Unbalanced Relay." After whacking it hard 5 times with a screwdriver handle the relay became unstuck and all is normal again.  Temporary fix until new relay arrives. :tongue:   

 

FYI part is 7)  # is 207834 apparently superseded by Whirlpool Part# 8566493.

 

Cheers,

 

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