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Motor, Bariable Spee

Part Number: AP4035312
MFG Part Number: 25001034
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 Motor.
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Part Number 25001034 (AP4035312) replaces 1033120, 25001222, AH2026577, EA2026577, PS2026577.

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Please read my response #6. After reading it, how can you possibly be thinking that I have something stuck ? ---- or ---- have leaks and noises. If you are thinking there might be noises coming from the clutch and or the tub, since the belt is disconnected, obviously there are no noises coming from that area. The motor itself runs nice and quiet though.

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7th update:repeating what I said in my 6th update and earlier updates, to remove the clutch and any other sources of drag and load, I disconnected the belt and then performed the tests. SO ---- clothes being balled up and noises would be impossible. What are the bearing and seal numbers for serial Numbers starting with 133---? Ask your systems engineers: WHAT ARE ALL THE SITUATIONS / CONDITIONS THAT CAUSE A "dc" code. ??????

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6th "installment" ;I bought and installed a new motor control cable - no help. I've bought and replaced the motor - no help. The windings check ok on both the old and the new motor; that is, they both check about 5 ohms and 5 ohms and 140 ohms across the three pairs of leads shown in the manual. Other things I've tried. To remove the clutch from the equation, I removed the belt and performed a SPIN cycle. got the "dc" code. Ran a QUICK SPIN test. got a "dc" code. during the test, again with the belt off. Referring to the LED as a tachometer, during the first step it ran 90 rpm for about 60 seconds as stated in the manual, then the rpm increased but it didn't accelerated smoothly to the 150, 300, 450 etc. for the 6 second time periods. The tach was reading all kinds of numbers. Also it was reversing direction between some of the rotations. I put a white dot on the pulley so that I could watch it better.

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This is my 5th message so I hope that you can recall the other 4 as background to this one: As you suggested, I bought ( approx $85 ) and replaced the OB switch. To save time, I selected "SPIN CYCLE " only. The timer diplsyed 12. It went through a rotation of about 10 seconds, then stopped and then actually spun for about 10 seconds, sounding as if it was draining simultaneously. The timer went down to 9 ------ then ---- stopped and displayed "dc" code AGAIN. Now what ? ( thank goodness that you guys have a return poilicy.

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To remove that sensor from the equation, I unfastened it from the tub and taped it along the side of the waher cabinet wall so that it was being jostled. I then ran the spin cycle ----- same result; i.e. , the machine stopped and displayed a "dc" code. I didn't position the rod in the sensor body any particular way, that is, fully inserted or fully out or anyplace in between - Would that matter ? Those sensors are listed for $82 and I can't take back electrical parts for refunds so "Changing Black Boxes" like the mechs used to do on the Jets I flew in the USMC is an expensive way to troubleshoot. This help is appreciated. Bill

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As remedial action to "dc" code and stopage duriong SPIN cycle, you suggested to check for clogged drain. During wash and rince cycles and during the first spin, lots ( both volume and flow rate ) of water is pumped out, so I don't think there is a clog. If drain appeared ok, you suggested to replace the pressure switch. I bought a new one and installed it ------ this didn't fix the problem. Now what ????

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