Error code F05. I checked ohms on temp sensor. Meter read open. Replaced sensor still got code f05 took reading on new sensor that reads open too. Should I get some resistance reading?
Answer Hello Arthur. You can not test the sensor for continuity. It is tested for ohms. At room temp it should be around 10K ohms. It sounds like the sensor is not the issue. Check the element. If it is good, and the wiring is good, replace the board. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html
We are getting error code E2 F3 The washer would start and after about 10 min. stop and flash the code. We bought part # W1046728. Once we installed it the washer immediately shows the same error code upon pressing the power on button. What is our next step?
You will want to check the connections to the water heater and CCU (TH2 and HE2 Cavities) connectors to make sure that they are not broken or with wires detached and the the connector internal pins are visible. Check the continuity from the water heater sensor (black wires) to CCU (TH2) connector. If the continuity diagnosis failed the main harness must be replaced. Test the resistance of the thermistor and heater to make sure that they are good replace as needed.
Hi, where is the water temperature sensor in this unit, Maytag MHWE200XW00.
Thank You !
Answer Maury, the W10467289 Water Temperature Senor is located on the back of the tub. You will need to move the washer out and remove the rear access panel. The sensor is located in the right bottom corner area (5 o'clock) position. It should be a "friction" fit and somewhat easy to remove and replace.