Question about Maytag Washing Machines
Model# LAT 7793 AAL, stopped spinning before rinse cycle, smell burning?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This would be the motor coupler that has failed common problem and easy to fix. There is a video ( whirlpool style) that will walk you thru the troubleshooting and replacement at www.appliancehelponline.com/servicemanual.html
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
SOURCE: maytag washer
replace the micro switch and your problem is solved.Its a very small switch right next to your door switch and fuse.It has 3 wires and must be replaced to fix this problem.
Posted on May 23, 2008
SOURCE: Maytag Washer will not spin
Pull the unit forwardand lean it back about 45 degrees. You'll have to play with it a bit, but once it's far enough out, it will lean back without you having to hold it. Remove and inspect the belt(s) are they in good condition? Next, check the pulleys (wheels) underneath. Do they turn? One is for your pump, one is for your transmission and one is for the motor. (in case one doesn't turn, you'll know what portion needs to be worked on). Also check the track on your pulley the belt sits in. Is it dammaged or worn?
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
The belt turn the pulley, but the height of the pulley is worn out so it didn't push up a mechanism to release the brake and to engage with the clutch to make the spin.
You have to takethe shaft out to study how it works then it makes sense on what I 'm talking.
The pulley cost only $11 but it is a major laboring exercise. It is a good learning to have hands on to this problem. Good luck on replacing the pulley.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
SOURCE: LAT 7793 ABL model number.
On Your washer to locate a leak, remove the front panel first. Should be two clips at the bottom of front panel, use a putty knife to pry them down while pulling lower of front panel forward (older models used two screws right through front panel on left and right sides). After getting both lower clips loose, pull bottom of front panel forward to remove from top.
Set front panel aside and then use a 3/8" socket or nut-driver to remove two screws (one each) in the front right and left corners that secure the top to the side panels of the washer (inside in front corners going upwards). After screws are removed slide machine away from the wall about 8-10" and lift front of top up. Will pivot up like the hood on a car. This will allow you to examine machine for leaks.
Let me know when you come up with leak location if you need any more help!!
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
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