Question about Maytag Washing Machines
Maytag Bravos Model # MVWB850WQ1, will not spin. Instead it flashes code F50. I have removed the impeller and the inside tub to see if anything was stuck between the tubs. Didn't find anything. What could be the problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Looks like another motor/motor control panel replacement. This machine has a faulty motor/motor control board, it has been re-engineered with a replacement. Has yours been replaced? Have you found the tech sheet behind touch panel and placed machine in service mode to test? We had the same issue, worked sporadically, didn't drain, got LR code then eventually stopped working. Check your spin in service mode, if it doesn't spin properly you should find out here. It is a very simple repair in all actuality. Contact Maytag and they will sell you the parts for a discounted price, make sure that you buy directly from Maytag, also check your boot very carefully since that part will also fail and allow water to get into the bottom of the machine where you have electronics.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
it should be very tight if you look down the middle of the adjitator it should have a aloy screw that should be done up very tight
Posted on Apr 24, 2010
SOURCE: I have an lg wm-2277HW
Remove the top panel by unscrewing the 2-3 screws along the back side and then slide the panel towards the rear of the machine and take the top panel off the unit completely. You would then look down the back side of the machine this is the diagram to the tub area of your unit http://c.searspartsdirect.com/lis_png/PLDM/K0810345-00002.png your unit is controled by a stator assembly which has a stator sensor also known as an rps sensor. These are what are directly responsible to how your unit spins and turns without this sensor your unit would not go into any type of spin or agitate function at all. Did the screw look as if it came out of the center of the stator assembly? Also did you move the stator assembly or the sensor at all? Even the slightest movement to the sensor would stop the unit from going into any type of spin function. Your issue is in between parts 351, 350, and 360 on the diagram shown above if the stator assembly does not spin freely inside of the rotor then this would be one reason of why your unit is not functioning properly as well as if the sensor has been moved at all this could be another reason as well or if the sensor has malfunctioned at all this could also be another reason to the issue at hand as well. Does you unit give you any type of error code at all? In my opinion you may have to replace the sensor as with most rps sensor they go bad very easily and show a fault situation even easier. If you have any further questions message me back I await your reply Thanks Rick
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
Testimonial: "it did come out of the middle of the stator assembly"
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