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MLE2000AYW washer won't start

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At first the washer would stop just before the last spin cycle. We would push the stop/start button and it would start back up and finish. Then it started being harder to restart sometime it wouldn't unless the dryer was going to (stackable). Now it won't start at all. Door switch test fine control board is not burnt any place. Don't know what else to check

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Check the terminal block and your 240volt power supply.

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Does the Washer fill with water OK ?

Does the Washer Door interior Light work OK ?

Does the Washer "Door Locked Light" work OK

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Checked volts at block have 123v on one side 3 on other it the same at wall plug in

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Does the Dryer work OK ?
check and re-set your House Circuit Breakers

 

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yes, what ?

 

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Dryer works fine. I found a gfi tripped on outside under the meter got power to washer now but low voltage only 70v. So I have 123v one side of block and 70v on the other

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check the voltages at the Circuit Breakers

 

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Got it it was a problem in the fuse box

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