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    • Part Number: AP4360738
    • MFG Part Number: W10189966
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I have an Error code of "F1" on my washer. What would that code mean and what do you suggest checking so I can get the right part to replace? Thank you, Warren

Warren for Model Number WTW6400SW3

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My cabrio washer drains for a long time just before the spin cycles, then never spins. It shuts off starts to beep and give me the code ld. So, if it stops at the rinse cycle I shut it down unplug for a few minutes then start back up on the rinse and spin cycle only and it works fine. I do the same thing when it stops on the drain and spin cycle. I just replaced the rods and springs for a shaking problem, fixed it right up. Now if I could figure out the spin cycle problem my washer would be perfect. Can you help, Thank you.

Henry for Model Number WTW6600SW0

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I have a Whirpool Cabrio washer model WTW6600SW2 which as developed a serious problem with Out of Balance (UL). I tried leveling the unit, cleaned, greased and serviced the suspension system, removed the agitator and drum to clear any debris. I inspected the supports and sus[pension, and it all appears to function normally. No broken or misplaced parts, but is it possible for the springs to wear out? I tried small, perfectly balanced loads (4 towels evenly spaced, 4 shirts evenly spaced, 4 pants evenly spaced) and no matter what i do it repeatedly goes off balance and bangs loudly before stalling with the UL code. The only load the runs OK is a very small (light) load. Heavy loads cause frequest UL stalls, and i cannot even get a load done. Any ideas on how to resolve this?

Jim for Model Number WTW6600SW2

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With the washer settings as follows: dedicates/medium soil/large load/cold/cold when the machine gets to the rinse cycle we get a LF fault. Cleaned screens/checked hoses no help. Thanks, Dave

David M for Model Number WTW6300SWO

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Started wash, paused it, now start button won't work. When I push start it no longer makes that little click noise either that the other buttons make. I read somewhere on another post I might not need to replace entire board, that it might be a small plastic thing behind the button that broke. Is this true? How do I repair/replace this plastic piece? Or do I really need to change the whole board :( thanks for any help/advice you can pass on.

Jody for Model Number WTW6300SWO

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Washing machine works, but it takes a long time to complete cycle. Just keeps going on quick wash. It will eventually stop. Says 2 or 3 minutes to go, but takes about 15. Thanks

Jose V. for Model Number GHW9250ML1

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For the past two weeks we have had a problem with the washer: all the indicator lights flashing in sync accompanied by a beeping sound. No code was displayed. If we unplugged the washer for several minutes it returned to normal. The last time it required doing the diagnostic reset (holding a button for three seconds x4) to get it to go back to normal from the all lights flashing mode. Now the washer will not turn on at all. All is black. No lights, no codes, nothing happens. The power outlet tested good at 110v, so there is power. Your diagnosis?

Frank for Model Number WTW6300SW0

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We are getting the "LF" code and are seeing very poor fill rates for normal, wrinkle free, dark, delicate. The fill rates work better on heavy and hand wash. Both of which are hardly used. I have double checked my hose connections for blockages. All inlet hoses and screens are clear. Nothing is kinked. I am wondering if I need to place the control board # W1018966 Rev. c ? Also, I am not seeing a rev. C for sale online, just the root part number. Does it matter?

Lee for Model Number Maytag Elite #110.27032603. Serial # CU3970607

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My washer runs up to the spin cycle and then just sits. It won't rinse either when I turn it forward. It agitates just fine. What could be wrong?

Sue for Model Number 11026932690

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O/K I will check to see IF there is power at the control board as you said in your reply too my other question --Here is my next question --the location where this May Tag Machine is at is prom to Lighting hits -I have had maybe 4 or 5 in/well water pumps fried in 20 yrs due to lighting hits -are these control boards and easy target to power surges ?? And IF so what can I do to protect the thing from lighting hits surges ?/ I /m thinking NOW maybe I should have bought the very cheapest washer on the floor with out none of the Bells And Whistles this thing has built into it --Live and Learn -I will be Looking for your reply to this question soon--Thanks -Doug

Doug S

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