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Flowmeter

Part Number: AP4364631
MFG Part Number: W10176591
Made by: Whirlpool
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Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Washer Fuse Or Sensor.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number W10176591 (AP4364631) replaces 1471349, AH2341700, EA2341700, PS2341700.

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After washing the machine stop working, no power, it is just stop..what can be wrong???

Lisa for Model Number WTW57ESVH1

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The Maytag washing machine is less than two years old. The problem is that on the normal, casual, and comforter/bedding cycles, the agitator starts as the water is filling the tub vs. the tub filling first and then the agitator. Some on line postings would suggest the temperature switch is bad and needs replacing, and another suggests it may be the timer. So I decided to test the various switches with an Ohm meter and possibly narrow the scope. In doing so, I was able to get the Ohm meter to move on all the switches except the timer. By moving, I mean the meter would only react if the red and black leads touched certain contact points on the switches. For instance, on the temperature switch, only two prongs on the both the long and short plug would work. For the fabric softener and extra rinse switches, only the prongs marked as 5 and 3 would move the Ohm meter. For the soil lever switch, only the prongs marked 5 and 2 would work. For the timer...no activity. I'm not sure if I'm testing the switches correctly, and if so, does this definitely mean the problem is the timer? How do you test the timer...which prongs? Your help is much appreciated.

Dean C for Model Number Maytag top loading washing machine, model no. MVWC6ESWW1

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Would want to know what to look for (1) were is the pressure switch (2) what to look for to test it should there be 110 voltage there? if not what would the ohms be? The machine will only spin will not let water in or agitate, there is no power to the water sol. To continue my question for got to say that this has a auto water level sensor have checked tubing to the water temp.setting. Where to from here? It says it has (Auto Loading sensing Triple Spray Technology)

Gary for Model Number wtw57esvw1

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Would want to know what to look for (1) were is the pressure switch (2) what to look for to test it should there be 110 voltage there? if not what would the ohms be? The machine will only spin will not let water in or agitate, there is no power to the water sol.

Gary for Model Number wtw57esvw1

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How do you test the pressure switch on a whirlpool washer Mod. wtw57esvw1?

Gary

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Would the flow meter have anything to do with the hammering of my pipes when the washer stops filling with rinse water. This only happens when rinse water stops entering machine? I just replaced the sensor switch about a month ago. Because it would start to agitate before the water entered the machine. This now works. Now i have this problem. It all has to do with this centennial maytag washer. It is the only appliance that does the hammering

WASHER2 for Model Number wvwc6esww0

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