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Electronic Control Board

Part Number: AP4434668
MFG Part Number: W10273828
Made by: Whirlpool

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10273828 (AP4434668) replaces 34001499, 1550153, AH2363349, EA2363349, PS2363349.

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Thank you very much for answering my first question I understand I am in need of a control board I have checked your parts list it says not available I have tried eBay and a few others for it but have been unable to find one are the available anywhere and if I find one to buy are they just plug and play or do they need to be programmed before use? Thanks again for you quick response it is much appreciated

Shawn for Model Number Nfw7200tw


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Power to the pump motor is intermittent. Pump motor (including resistance on windings) and wire harness check out perfectly. Voltage from Pin#1 of CN5 and Pin#6 of CN10 reads 117V only very infrequently and without consistent sequence processing (e.g., opening door, re-seating wire connections, etc.). I have noticed, however, that when I'm in Service Mode/Board Output Test and set to test the pump (Quick Wash on rotary cycle selector) the voltage will jump from "0" to a random voltage anywhere from 40V-60V for a very brief moment and then fall back to "0" again when the pump does NOT work. When it DOES work, the voltage immediately jumps to 117V. Only rarely can I toggle the correct voltage back and forth successfully by hitting the Rotary Cycle Selector button. Other than replacing the board, is there anything else that I should check to determine whether there's any other problem?

Mike M for Model Number Amana NFW7200TW


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My washer stopped mid cycle and displayed a "nd " code, so I checked the hoses to and from the pump and I do not have any clogged lines. I restarted the machine and it pumped down once and completed the cycle. Since that point, it will no longer pump down and I got the "nd" code again. I check the voltage to the pump and all I have is 2 volts.

Bob for Model Number NFW7200TW


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Hola mi pregunta y comentario es, reemplase una parte de la puerta de la amana nfw7200tw creyendo esa era el problema . Ya que se laquio y no se podia abrir,lo que hice es que para abrirla ,meti la mano por la parte de abajo y deslaquie la puerta.Reemplace la parte y se da el mismo problema. gracias de antemano por la ayuda ricardo

Ricardo for Model Number 34001499


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In short our wash machine the went out of balance during the spin cycle, causing it to stop and I have not been able to start the machine since. The door would not unlock, until I manually unlocked it. A repair man came out and he "THINKS"? it may be the control board. Any ideas.

Louie for Model Number (P) MAH6700AWW


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I just replaced a pump.....My washer wont spin and drain now...Is it a control panel?

Mark for Model Number nfw7200tw10


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