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    • Part Number: AP4024680
    • MFG Part Number: 21001950
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Washing machine aggitates during spin cycle. Motor does not reverse. How does the motor reverse. Should I be looking at the motor or the switch?

Jesse for Model Number MAV4755AWW

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Recently I replaced a bad motor and the belt to a Maytag top load washer and after three days the owner called and said that the washer is slow washing did I need to replace something else please help

Jorge

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Washer runs but stops quite often. I believe that the thermal fuse on the motor is bad. Are these available and what is the fuse rating.

Joe R. for Model Number cav 4000 aw

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Washer would not spin, motor thermal would kick out. Turned belt manually both ways everything turned as it should. Put in spin cycle and gave drum a little help and it spun making noise for about 30 seconds before thermal kicked out. Took belt off and put into spin the motor started but was making noise for about 30 seconds and stopped. Bad motor?

Chuck for Model Number Maytag washer model pavt234aww

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I have a kenmore 90 series. AFTER it was already laying on it's I was told that it can only tipped on its back to prevent oil from draining out. Is this true? I would like to know from what/where that oil would be draining out from. Also, can it be refilled, and if so with what type of oil would I need to get.

Linda

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I have a Maytag Atlantis washer that when I start a cycle, it fills up with water okay, but when it starts to agitate, it will not agitate and is very loud. I skip to the spin cycle and it spins and drains fine. I replaced the belt and it is still doing the same thing. There is burnt rubber from the belt around the motor pulley. Would this issue be able to be repaired by replacing the motor? Or is there something else that this could be?

Chris C. for Model Number MAV7551AWW

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My original motor went bad p/n 35-6702 which I believe is single speed and ordered a replacement which is a 2 speed assemblied it and not drum barely turns now. Anyway I call and they said that motor they sent me is a replacement. I disagree. Is there something I can do? Remove a wire or move wires around? I need help dont know what to do. Thanks Kevin.

Kevin for Model Number Performa PAVT910AWW

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Reference washer motor AP4024680. This is a two part query. 1. What are the winding resistances? I read 1-6 (start) at 3.5 ohms, 7-8 (reg) at 1.5 ohms, and 3-8 (slow) at 1.6 ohms. These are the numbers shown on the Maytag wiring diagram for the motor connector. 2. The wiring diagram shows two centrifugal switch contacts: one normally closed in series with the start winding (1-6) and a normally open in series with the slow speed (3-8) winding. Am I correct to interpret the operation as follows: at start windings 1-6 and 7-8 are energized. Then at some speed the switch operates, de-energizing 1-6 and energizing 7-8 and 3-8. The problem is that I read a circuit thru both 7-8 and 3-8 with no power. Thank you for your support.

Ed for Model Number mavt754eww

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Motor is humming when it trys to start. The lid switch works. Is there a starting switch for the motor that could be bad or could it be the motor is bad or maybe the timer?

David for Model Number mavt634aww

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This unit is making a terrible noise and I was wondering what it may be? It does complete the cycle.

Roger for Model Number HAV2460AWW

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