My washer will not final spin my clothes. I went through the diagnostic and found everything to be at the correct voltage, but did find 3.9 ohms (across 1&2, 2&3 and 1&3 pins) on the speed control board and on the harness 1&2 was 3.0 ohms, 2&3 was 3.1 ohms and 1&3 was 3.0 ohms. Are those within spec or should I replace my board and/or motor?
Model Number 417.40052990
The resistances for the motor should be checked at the connection but should be checked as follows: the first 3 checks should be 2.6 ohms at 77 degrees room temperature plus or minus 7 percent. These would be on the motor from Pin 1 to 2, pin 2 to 3 and pin 1 to 3. Then if you check pin 5 to 6 you should have 184 ohms plus or minus 7 percent. If the resistances to the motor are 3.1 3.0 and 3.9 across the first 3 checks then the motor would be the issue.
Washer fills and drains, but will not spin or agitate on any cycle. Drum turns freely in both directions. Belt is in good shape. Motor doesn't seem to be running at all. All wiring connections seem to be intact. Door lock engages. Do I need to replace the board #134058400?
You would want to check the speed control board to see if it is getting power when the unit is supposed to be in the agitate or spin mode. If there is no power going to the speed control then it will either be a wiring issue or main control/timer issue (based on model). If there is power then most likely it will be the speed controller assembly 134149220.
My washer does everything up until the final spin cycle motor is running slow but not spinning machine.
Answer Hello Jose. Make sure the pump is not clogged and the door lock assembly is good on the unit. Either will cause the issue you are having.
My washer does everything up until the final spin cycle. Motor is running but not spinning machine.
Answer Hello David. If the motor is running, but the unit is not spinning fast enough, you will need to check the pump and the door lock assembly. Either can cause the issue you are having with the unit.