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    • Part Number: AP4023948
    • MFG Part Number: 207166
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I watched your video, but my washer doesn't open like the one in the video. With mine, you take off the back panel to access the parts. My problem is that I can not reach the lid switch without being able to take the top off like shown in the video. Any suggestions?

Beth for Model Number LAT9206AAM

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My maytag mod LA7300 will fill with water, but will not go into wash or spin unless I drop lid and jar it. What part do I need?

Tom for Model Number LA7300

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After I open the top lid to reconnect my wires, I realized I indicated the wrong colored wires when I asked my question. The original question is as follows: Copy of your question: "When reconnecting the Lid Switch control - part # 207166, What color wire, "red, white and yellow" goes to what plug? I forgot after I unplugged it." But the colors are actually BLACK, WHITE and ORANGE. I am really forgetful. Thank you for all your support.

Mary for Model Number LSE7804ACE Maytag washer

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When reconnecting the Lid Switch control - part # 207166, What color wire, "red, white and yellow" goes to what plug? I forgot after I unplugged it.

Mary for Model Number Maytag LSE7804ACE

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When installing new lid switch what terminal does the white, red and yellow wires go to?

Larry

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My washer will not go into spin cycle. Would this be the lid switch?

Brian for Model Number LAT5005AAE

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Is there more than one fuse in the washer unit? I replaced the one in the front to the left (if you are facing the washer) and I still get no power. I replaced the lid switch about six months ago. I'm hoping that there is another fuse in the works that might be causing this 'no power' condition. Thanks.

Rob for Model Number LSG7806AAE

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When washing cycle begins after water stops running into tub, if the lid is lifted about half way up water starts to run into tub again and keeps running until lid is lifted all the way up.

Herman for Model Number LAT9334

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How do I get the lid switch out?

Bobby for Model Number LAT7300AAW

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Washer worked fine on first load, put in second load and nothing, no noise at all completely dead. Checked fuse box and outlet both are OK.

Bobby for Model Number LAT7300AAW

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