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DanInKansas

Member Since 12 Jan 2011
Offline Last Active Dec 22 2014 06:40 PM

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In Topic: Maytage PAV3240AWW washer -- sub in valve?

20 November 2014 - 08:36 PM

The solenoids point in different directions. The 285805 points the wire connectors straight towards the tub. The correct valve points them up and down.the 285805 then it could crush the wire connectors or solenoids.
 

 

Boom, done.  Not doing it. 


Part of my resistance is that I really don't want to encourage the other guys at work in this habit. 


In Topic: Maytag 5000 series Steam Sud, F21 & F35 codes

20 November 2014 - 06:11 PM

Any three keys, except the power button, pressed in the same sequence, within 8 seconds.  1 - 2 -3, 1 - 2 -3, 1 - 2 -3.  Momentary press of 3rd button gives the F-codes. 

 

Whirlpool has told servicers for this situation to replace the airbell and the air hose as well as the pressure switch.  If that does not resolve the problem, you'll probably end up needing a new CCU. 

 

Am I right in thinking you're seeing SUD as soon as water hits the dispenser? 


In Topic: Svc manual request for Spd Queen washer AWN432SP111TW01

18 November 2014 - 08:57 AM

Will look through that later today.  Something tells me the springs on these guys aren't removed with a grunt and a pair of needle nose. 


In Topic: Svc manual request for Spd Queen washer AWN432SP111TW01

18 November 2014 - 07:49 AM

Bumping with an additional request -- does anyone have a part number for a spring removal tool? 


In Topic: Kitchen Aid dishwasher KUDS03FTBL3, lights OK, no wash, ozone odor

17 November 2014 - 07:07 PM

I'd recommend trying seeing if any of the loads have continuity to chassis ground.  Also check to make sure the house wiring is correct. I have worked on a BUNCH of KUDS dishwashers and have not seen an incinerated control. 



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