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Motor Start Switch

Part Number: AP3125984
MFG Part Number: 8529896
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 Dryer Combo Switch and Washer Switch.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 8529896 (AP3125984) replaces 62850, 62851, 905527, AH397105, EA397105, PS397105.

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I have a black soft button to push to start the washer and now when I push it nothing happens. Will not start or add water.



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Washer will not spin.

Houston for Model Number LSQ8543JQ1


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Motor hums, but if you turn by hand, it will run.

Roger for Model Number lsr5132jq1


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I replaced the spin coupler, and I didn't tap the dogs on the shaft far enough so when I put it back together it was hard to turn . Before I checked that, I turned on the machine ,it filled with water and when it went to agitate it buzzed for a while then stopped . So I think I burned out the motor start switch . I corrected the dog on shaft problem and motor spins free and I get power to the motor but maybe I have to bypass or jump the water level switch. Can you help ?

Ralph for Model Number kenmore 110.28972890


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Hi, I get a brief clicking noise when the washer either begins to agitate or spin. It is like - click, click, click, click - then it begins to agitate or spin normally. I checked the clutch and brake cam - still good, the motor coupler - still good, and the pump - still good. With the cabinet removed, I think that the noise is coming from the motor. Could it be the motor switch? I don't see any burn marks on the switch or the harness connector. I did check the motor terminals as according to this site - (http://www.applianceaid.com/direct-drive-washer-motor-help.php) - the measured resistance between the listed terminals falls within those specified,

James for Model Number KAWS850LQ1


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Washer stopped agitating in the middle of a load. Assumed the clutch or coupler was bad. Replaced both which didn't look bad. Before putting motor back on transmission I set it on the floor and turned the timer to agitate and got nothing, on spin it ran fine. Where can I get a pin diagram for the motor switch or timer to see if I have voltage there? Any other suggestions?

Dave H. for Model Number Whirlpool 110-23034100


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