Question about Whirlpool LSQ8000 Top Load Washer
Before I replaced my water pump, my tub turned just fine. When I replaced my water pump outside, I added water to the tub and used an extension cord to test my whirlpool washer before bringing back into the house. Tub would not turn. I brought the machine back inside, eliminating the extension cord, and turn would still not turn. Did I blow a fuse with the ext cord or what happened? I actually repeated this process of testing another good washer of mine that was in my garage, Kenmore, and the same thing happen, tub froze. Going crazy and feel I may have messed up 2 very good washing machines. Any help or suggestions?????????
Tub, is the lid switch plugged in? If not take a jumper wire and jump out the two ends on the harness. Timer controls recirculation and spin. The motor turns both ways. The spin cycle goes through the lid switch. Catriver..post back
Posted on Feb 28, 2007
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