Washer will not turn on, power is ok, nothing happens when switch is in any position.
pcb bad or switch?
Answer Hello Doug. You will need to check and see if the lid switch 22003804 is bad on the unit. If so, it will prevent the unit from working properly. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. Hope this helps. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
I have an maytag atlantis washer,it works fine other than it will not spin out the loads.I have to turn the knob to spin after the load is finished for it to spin out.Would that be the timer/load control,if i replace would that fix the problem?
Answer James, No the timer/load control is not the issue. The issue is in the drive system, the thrust bearing assembly most likely 12002213 and you may want to consider a new drive belt 22003483 . You will need to raise the front of the washer or lay it on its back to access the components, and the thrust bearing kit comes with instructions. Thanks and good Luck
MY LID SWITCH BROKE. IT TRIPPED THE BREAKER WHEN IT WENT OUT. I REPLACED THE LID SWITCH. THE MACHINE RUNS AND CYCLES GREAT BUT THE TIMER WON'T QUIT RUNNING. IT WILL PAUSE AT THE STOP BUT CONTINUES TO RUN THROUGH THE STOP POSITION. NOT SURE WHAT TO CHECK OR IF IT IS THE TIMER?
Answer Gene, First check and make sure the tub is completely empty at the end of each spin cycle, if the tub drains proper, check the water level switch and air dome hose for clogs in the tube and the switch to reset to "empty" before you replace the timer. Thanks and Good Luck
How do you remove the maytag model mav7550awq timer from the control baoard?
Answer Here are some steps on removing the timer. Hope this helps.
Unplug the Maytag washer from the wall outlet. The control panel will need to be removed to access the timer. Three screws mount the control panel hood assembly located on top of the control panel. Remove the mounting screws with a screwdriver, and pull the hood forward. Carefully remove the bottom of the hood assembly from the clips in the top panel of the dryer.
Remove the timer knob from the timer shaft. Pull the knob on the inside of the timer out to release the knob. After removing the knob, remove the outside skirt. Use a screwdriver to remove the two screws that hold the timer to the control panel. Disconnect the wiring harness from the timer by pressing in on the plastic locking tab and pulling the harness away from the timer.