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gcw1

Member Since 11 Dec 2007
Offline Last Active Jun 23 2014 12:33 PM

#233367 Maytag MVWx60XW0

Posted by gcw1 on 30 May 2012 - 08:33 AM

I went through the diagnostic mode and had codes F7 E1 and F7 E7 but when you run the self test it will go for a little while and the lid lock light will start blinking and shut down. I replaced the lid lock and ran the auto and manual test, ran fine cleared the codes. Now couple days later same thing start it up to run a wash cycle will work for a couple minutes and the lid lock light starts to blink, it's still locked. have to unplug it to unlock an I get the same codes but no codes on the lock mech.


#211880 Newly installed maytag tub bearing making loud metal grinding noise (Model...

Posted by gcw1 on 21 October 2011 - 08:19 AM

Without removing the drive pulley is there alot of movement at the transmission? If so then remove the drive pulley and pull the transmission out of the brake package and inspect the spline that fits into the brake housing for wear. If it looks good you will need to remove the brake package, it requires a special tool to remove. The bearing I suspect is the one on the top if the brake package. When removing the brake remember there is a 3/8 hex head bolt that has to be removed to allow the brake to be unscrewed from the base. Hope this helps.



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