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Wacasama

Member Since 21 Jun 2013
Offline Last Active Aug 25 2013 06:32 AM

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In Topic: Maytag Neptune Washer (model MAH3000AWW) won't stop filling

23 June 2013 - 05:46 AM

Grand Master Funk,

The water stops both when the power is off and when the cycle moves to off.  I assume the controller you mentioned is the main control board as mentioned above?  What are the potential fixes?


In Topic: Maytag Neptune Dryer overheating (model MDG3000AWW)

21 June 2013 - 08:27 PM

Well that is it then.  The fact that it is open and 'rattles' when you shake it indicates the resistor is shot.  Your help is much appreciated Sensei. 


In Topic: Maytag Neptune Dryer overheating (model MDG3000AWW)

21 June 2013 - 07:26 PM

Ok.  I have it in my hand.  There are 4 terminals  one with white wire, one with Red, two smaller ones with purple wire which is jumpered from one to the other.  What two terminals are we checking continuity between.  If it is the red and white, I do not have an open circuit.   Between the purples, I do. 


In Topic: Maytag Neptune Dryer overheating (model MDG3000AWW)

21 June 2013 - 06:10 PM

OK.  Here is the update.  The dryer continues to fire at all temperature settings.  As a result, the temperature climbed through 160 (and was still going) when I shut it down.  However, in air fluff, the burner did not fire.  Looks like a temperature control loop issue.  Where are the temperature elements located so I can verify if I have an open circuit?


In Topic: Maytag Neptune Dryer overheating (model MDG3000AWW)

21 June 2013 - 01:24 PM

Will do.  I will be working on this later today.  If the temperatures are above the range you noted above, what would you recommend?



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