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    • Part Number: AP3967975
    • MFG Part Number: 134149220
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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In this washing machine everything works but the engine will not?

Jose for Model Number GLTF5300S0

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I have a Frigidaire front loading stacking unit. 1st one of the support springs broke while my wife was doing laundry. Ordered new spring and installed. Upon completion and start up found that the door latch switch broke during the all this. Replaced this. Upon installation the machine only fills and then pumps out and timer finishes cycle in two or three minutes. Checking speed control board found fuse was blown and soldered new one on. New fuse blew and same situation. Down to speed control or motor. What are the resistances on the motor. As I am getting around 3.2 ohms between 4,5,6 any combination. One of your answers shows a much higher ohm then I am getting and just want to verify information.

Kermit L

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The washer drum starts to turn and stops during agitation and spin cycles. The wash fill and drain cycles operate properly. Is it possible that the motor control board could be at fault?

Cg for Model Number GTR1040AS0

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My washer stopped working after shaking violently due to a heavy load. I checked the belt and it is intact. I found a broken shock absorber but that does not explain why the washer lights will no longer turn on or cycles will not start. My first guess is the shaking may have broken the door latch...any other suggestions if that doesn't fix it? Thank you

Emily for Model Number GLTF1670ASO

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I have a Frigidaire front loader washing, model LTF530ds0. Fills, drains when I manually move the knob forward. Does not control knob does not automatically advance nor does the drum agitate or spin. I have been told the speed controller needs replacing, but I see in other posts that you recommend the timer. Can you advise? Thanks

Gary C. for Model Number LTF530ds0

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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?

Mark for Model Number kenmore 417 washer

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My washer does everything up until the final spin cycle motor is running slow but not spinning machine.

Jose for Model Number 417.43042200

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My washer does everything up until the final spin cycle. Motor is running but not spinning machine.

David for Model Number 417.4314220

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The timer on our Frigidaire washer does not advance without moving it manually. We can make the washer fill and drain by moving the timer manually but doing so will not make the washer agitate or spin. I am considering replacing a control unit P/N 134149220. Am I on the right track? What could I check before buying this part? Thanks.

Andy for Model Number GLTF1570FS0

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I have a Kenmore front loader washing machine (970-C44102-10) that have a bad motor controller (134393900). I have weld twice a thermistor (NTC 2,5) at the back of the board and changed also a capacitor (400V, 1uf). The last repair last one week. What is causing this thermistor to always unweld?? What part? I fear to change the motor controler and the new thermistor will be burned within one week... What do I have to ckeck now? Thanks, Martin

Martin

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