Question about Amana Front Load Washing Machine Washer Soap Dispenser Nfw7200tw
Our washer will not advance from the wash cycle to the rinse cycle. Here is what I have done to this point: Removed the pump and hoses to check for blockages. There are not any. When the washer stopped between the wash and rinse cycle I removed the electrical connection from the pump and plugged it into the wall, the pump emptied the tub and the washer advanced to the rinse cycle. Any thoughts on what would cause this. I am an electrician but I cannot find an electrical schematic anywhere on the washer.
It sounds like, when the dial gets to the pump stage, the contact expected to pump the water out isn't making contact. That could be a burnt contact within the controller, or a loose wire to to the pump from that section of the controller. Once the weight, or water level was low enough from your pumping it out, the sensor that checks the level/pressure allowed the spin. The problem could be on the control board too.
Here's an incomplete schematic I found:
Posted on Jan 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Amana washer "goo" on clothes?
Ann, these Amana's are the mother of all washers to change out the seal and bearings. It's possible you just have a lot of gunk built up on the inside of the basket from years of washing. I would not put a cent into it. You are better off getting a new direct drive washer. Catriver...post back.
Posted on Oct 08, 2006
Cylon, sounds like you need to replace the water inlet valve. It's not seating and weeping water. For series 10 the part number would be 40097701. Not that hard of a job. Catriver..post back.
Posted on Feb 21, 2007
Sounds like the water seal is damaged and the leaking water has damaged the top bearing which is just below the water seal. You will need to have the hub & seal kit replaced.
Posted on Oct 31, 2007
SOURCE: Amana washer belt replacement
Steps for Replacing the Belt
Nut driver or socket set.
Torex screw driver.
1. Unplug the power cord from the
electric socket and remove the
2. Disconnect the power coupling
from the motor.
3. Disconnect the 2 hoses from the
pump. Be aware that the pump
still contains between 1 and
2 cups of water, and it WILL
all come out.
4. Remove the belt from the idler
arm, pushing the belt UNDER the
idler arm. Yes, your hands will
now be quite greasy.
5. Remove the belt from the main
transmission by pushing the belt
under the transmission pulley.
6. Remove the 4 bolts that hold the
motor assembly to the washing
machine body. Remove the motor
assembly with belt from the
7. Turn the motor upside-down. With
the torex screwdriver, remove the
3 bolts that hold the pump to the
motor. Remove the pump from the
motor (in my case, the motor shaft
fit into a slot in the pump; while
it was snug, it was not melted or
rusted, and did just come out).
8. Clean pump and motor as desired.
9. Install new belt and reverse the
steps to re-install.
Posted on Nov 12, 2007
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