Ok, I took off the top and i have the back of the timer, the chime box, and three little 1x1 black boxes, and another black box that looks like the chime. Am I in the wrong place, I don't see anything round except the timer?
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This normally indicates that the thermistor is bad. Try measuring it to prove it is OK. It should be 10K Ohms at room temperature (20C / 68F). If necessary, replace it then clear the error code. 1. Enter to Service Mode by press CHIME and TEMPERATURE keys for 3 seconds or until 3 beeps are heard. 2. Access Diagnostic Codes by pressing WRINKLE PREVENT. A d will be displayed. Rotate the CYCLE SELECTOR KNOB in either direction to read it. 3. Press SENSOR DRY and TIME keys for 3 seconds to clear it. 4. Power OFF to exit Service Mode 5. Power ON
Its either in the lid switch or timer. Examine the lid switch. Try starting the wash cycle and press in on lid switch to make sure it activates. If the lid switch is good and you dont hear the motor trying to activate during wash than its in the timer. Does the timer advance? Please comment me back If you need further assistance.
solenid valve may be faulty. to test disconect from the cold side and atch to the hot side, the solenid valve is an electronic valve that switched the water on and off its usally atched inside of the back of the machine where the hose attaches to.
purchase a coin insert and blank the slot that coins fit in, then the slide will slid in without coins, just acting like a button, if you examine the slide you wil notice that there are plastic inserts in unused coin slots, any maytag commercial dealer has them.
replace coin slide with 'free operation' converter, which is just a button plate that pushes the striker on the timer switch
take top cover off and just push the striker on the timer, (this is NOT) a recommended option, 220v is enough to spoil you whole day)
Yes there is a fuse in the dryer. The black circular thing is a high limit thermostat. Beneath it is the thermal fuse. It is smaller (dime size) and is mounted to the right side of the heating element housing. It is alittle tough to see and get at. You must use the original Maytag part kit.It comes with a new high limit therm. and fuse.