During any cycle, the timer begins flashing shortly after the drum begins to spin. No error code is given, but the washer tries again about a minute or two later and then begins to flash the timer again. I ran the overview test program. The drum rotated at C:04 but only for a few seconds. It proced to C:05, but remain there indefinetly. Any one know what is going wrong or anyway I can narrow the problem down?
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Re: Motor error with out error code.
Use tech sheet to follow test routine. C:05 is Heater test. some steps take time. during normal operation if timer display flashes, may be indication of standby/pause. Door lock sw may be bad(intermittant)
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If the timer stopped advancing on one of my machines (laundromat owner) i'd assume it's the timer motor. Kind of like when a top loader has no final spin but otherwise runs okay i always suspect the timer mechanism. For me it's a simple check; exchange timers with a neighboring machine. You probably don't have that option. Unfortunately, I don't know the Haier Brand of machines so i could be wrong.
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If your machine is a FAV6800A to FAV9800A here is the Service Manual. If you lift the washer lid and rotate the wash basket CCW which is the Spin Cycle direction will it turn with very little resistance?It should not rotate CW. With no error codes I would go to Service Mode page 14 of the Service Manual and read the current recorded Daig codes and write them down then clear the list. Now start a Spin Only cycle with no clothes in the wash basket let it in that mode for about 5 minutes. Hit the off button to end the Spin Onlly cycle then check the Diag code block and see if an error event was logged if so please let us know. If there is no error code generation by the Control Board in the Diag code blocks I would suspect a Control Board issue with your no Spin issue.. Without a known good Control Board and Motor Controller to swap out and no error code generation by the Control Board this would be a hard problem to troubleshoot. The Control Board is under warranty for 5 yrs you could try Maytag Customer Service the number is in the SM and see if they will send you one even if the warranty is up…..Rich
We recommend the following when a washer's cycles dont advance..
If the washing machine fills with water and begins agitating, but the timer does not advance, the timer probably needs to be replaced
If the timer does not advance while the washer is in a spin cycle, the timer probably needs to be replaced
If the timer does not advance during the rinse cycle, check whether water has filled the tub, if not, it is likely cold water related. Check the cold water supply valve, check the supply hose for kinks, check the filter screen and check the water inlet valve
There is no problem, unless the drum doesn't spin at all. In a wash or rinse cycle there is a neutral drain just before the spin. During the neutral drain, the drum does not spin. If you open the lid or pause the timer during the neutral drain, the motor will stop (same as the short pause just before the actual spin) and the "kicker" in the transmission will disengage the brake. At this point the drum will start to spin. The neutral drain prevents wear and tear to the transmission since the drum will be very heavy while it's full of water and wet clothes. If it doesn't spin at all, you may have a problem with the motor coupling, the brake/clutch assembly or the transmission. Hope this helps to clarify things.
Because F04 is not a clearly defined failure, the possible cause of your situation is a timer, a lid switch, a belt, a drive motor, or an agitator.
Solution, before proceeding watch your timer (does it follows its cycle?) if no replace timer, if yes, then check your lid switch replace if defective, check your belt if it broken or worn replace it, check your drive motor for functionality, and check your agitator--your agitator can become worn, strip out the spline that allows it to properly grip the shaft.
Travioso, there was two service flashes out on this model concerning the seal and bearing which means they had an issue with this washer. The howling noise you are hearing is the bearing and will need the new designed triple seal and bearing kit. This should be covered under your warranty, I believe it is 5 years. The numbers for the service flashes are TDL-0048A-B. Call Maytag and inquire about these service flashes, these should be covered. Catriver.