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Control Board

Part Number: AP4027450
MFG Part Number: 22004488
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 22004488 (AP4027450) replaces 1184686, 22004446, 22004482, AH2021886, EA2021886, PS2021886.

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Does this control board fit model# MAT12PDAWW? Thanks.

Kerry for Model Number mat12pdaaw


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The machine keeps stopping before the clothes are rinsed/washed properly and it says "Lr". It stops, unlocks and the start button flashes again. Please help! I do not have a manual.

Alexandra for Model Number CAH4205AWW


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I purchased a used Control Board PN: 22004486. It is newer than the one I took out. I have performed all the diagnostic tests and everything functions. I get diagnostic error 29 which I have tracked down to indicate: SUMP THERMISTOR FAILURE. My machine does not have a heater and thus does not have a sump thermistor. How do I "deactivate" the error 29? It will not clear. Thanks, Greg

Greg for Model Number Crosley: CAH4205WW (SN:18695368LA)


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Thank your help . I replaced a new control board but the washer still not working. I have 120 volts.

Bui for Model Number mah5500bww


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Unit will rotate in wash. Will not spin. But will spin in test mode. Get LR code when washing. Motor does not turn.

Chris for Model Number CAH4205AWW


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When the washer is started, it runs fine until it gets to rinse or spin on a medium to heavy load. It then stops and we get an lr signal. When we turn the power off and let the machine control cool (it has an area on the upper right corner of the machine control which heats up during operation), the washer will complete its cycle. I have mounted a small fan outside the rear of the control panel and it blows on the control panel--this helps on small loads. Also, I have the machine on a surge protector which we turn off when we complete our loads; otherwise the machine control continues to stay warm. Do I need to replace the machine control or the assembly motor control?

Berry for Model Number MAH5500BWW


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