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fonemann

Member Since 08 Apr 2006
Offline Last Active May 08 2012 04:40 PM

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In Topic: maytag neptune MAH3000AWW

07 August 2010 - 04:39 PM

The door does lock when the power is on and it starts to fill, this is getting confusing,

maybe im not understanding the steps that need to be taken to diagnose...... are you giving me steps in order to nail the bug i've done all just like you said........thanks

Rick

In Topic: maytag neptune MAH3000AWW

07 August 2010 - 06:47 AM

I checked the voltages as you said, p5 to grey, and then to nuetral, I had 117, then I pressed the start switch , the voltage jumped to 0, is it a bad start switch, because it started before and ran, but then stopped on the fill cycle, with the door locked?????

Rick

In Topic: maytag neptune MAH3000AWW

04 August 2010 - 02:05 AM

I have a new machine control board, The symtoms are the same when I replaced it, I will check the olaces that you suggest to see if that is defective voltages, and the door locks and opens as normal, (last trpair I replaced the wax motor for the door, and there are no fried resistors on the board.
Thanks
Rick

In Topic: maytag neptune MAH3000AWW

31 July 2010 - 03:00 PM

I checked the voltage at the fill valve, it is 110, i pressed the start button, same issue, the water ran for a short time and stopped,after it stopped ,I pressed start again and it filled alittle more and stopped again, Yes the door did lock.

When I turned the control knob to spin, the water did drain out, but it stopped (All lights out), I pressed start button again and it drained more, and stopped, I did this till all water was gone from tub, Im not an expert at this, but could it be the timer mechanism? I am truely lost. And yes It has a new machine control board...

Thanks

Rick:(

In Topic: maytag neptune MAH3000AWW

29 July 2010 - 02:41 PM

I will have time to check it this week end, What should I look for as far as voltages go?, and BTW thanks for the reply, It helps alot!
Rick


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