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    • Part Number: AP4365135
    • MFG Part Number: 6-919922
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Water not creating enough pressure to make arms turn and spray. Whats probable cause?

James for Model Number mdbh970aws

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Washer fills and stops. Field test reports motor - high current Is this definitely the circulation pump motor or could it be a starting capacitor or something else? I have ensured that the motor rotates freely.

Murray for Model Number Maytag Dishwasher Model MDBTT79AWW

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Does anyone know the decibel rating for this product Six–919922 it's a motor for a Maytag dishwasher quite Series?

Joe for Model Number 6-919922

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My Maytag Quiet Series 300 is making a loud "buzzing" noise when in the wash mode. It has been getting louder and louder with time. No noise when draining. It sounds like it is coming from the very bottom of the machine. Any ideas? Darrell

Darrell for Model Number MDB6601AWB

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My dishwasher makes a loud noise when operating at times. Could this be the motor? How do you take the door off this model and where is the motor located?

Don for Model Number mdb5600

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After my dishwasher fills, the unit stops and does nothing else. No motor sound, no spinning of spray arms, nothing until I hit cancel. Then it drains. Serial #13034334AV. Its a Maytag Quiet Series 100.

Will for Model Number MDB5600AWW

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Hello, I suspect I have a bad wash motor, but would like an expert opinion. My dishwasher is randomly not completing a full wash cycle and I believe it is getting more frequent. I performed the "Field Service Test" by pressing the "Heavy Wash" key 5 times then pressing the "Start" key. This test passed the first time I tried it with a cold dishwasher. I then ran the dishwasher in the "Light Wash Cycle" mode. The dishwasher stopped about 8 minutes into its 10 minute Heated-Wash step. I restarted and canceled to drain it. I ran it a 2nd time in the "Light Wash Cycle" mode. This time it stopped about 5 minutes into its 10 minute Heated-PreWash step. I restarted and canceled to drain it. I ran it a 3rd time in the "Light Wash Cycle" mode. This time it stopped as soon as it entered into the 10 minute Heated-PreWash step. I restarted and canceled to drain it. I performed the "Field Service Test" again as before with a hot dishwasher. This test failed and the illuminated LED's, Clean & Light Wash, called out a "Low Motor Current" failure. I Hope I am wrong, but everything is telling me the wash motor windings may be breaking down as it gets hotter and hotter. Could it be anything else? Thanks for your time, Chip H.

Chip for Model Number Maytag mdb7600awb

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I suspect I have a bad motor but want to confirm it's not a control issue. I'm getting power to the motor in 3-5 second pulses after tub fills. What pins on the motor are power and which are control?

James for Model Number MDBTT59AWW

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When the pump runs it makes a loud sound like a bearing is going out. Does the motor need to be replaced or can a bearing be changed out on the pump?

David for Model Number MDB6601AWO

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The long nut (1.5") on the motor output shaft is broken. I don't want to replace the entire motor, so is there any way to replace just the nut?

Adam for Model Number ADB2500AWW

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