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Maytag stack set model # LSE7806ACE

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Service manual needed please.

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Fills with water to the correct level then stops. will not advance any further. We have replaced the timer & lid switch to no avail.

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sorry, I deleted your post in Laundry Appliance..

I thought it was a duplicate.

Does the Timer Motor advance ?

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no. It just sits there. I believe it to be the lid switch. Husband says no. anything else it could be?

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... I believe it to be the lid switch. Husband says no.

I thought you said you replaced the Lid Switch (and Timer)..

just one or both Switches ?,

OR the Lid Switch Assembly ?

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Simply put. The lid switch was replaced. My Question is could that switch be faulty or perhaps there is something less obvious that could be the culprit.

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just one or both Switches ?,

OR the Lid Switch Assembly ?

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I was right! There was a faulty switch in the new assembly. Thank you for you help.

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