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Neptune the planet, is made of ice, rock, gases and liquids. The atmosphere is 85% hydrogen, 13% helium, 2% methane. The methane absorbs red light making the atmosphere appear blue. There are trace amounts of ammonia and water ice in the atmosphere. The core is made of iron,nickle and silicates and is very hot, thousands of degrees, in fact. Beneath the atmosphere is a mantle made of liquid. That liquid is ammonia, methane and water. It is dense. The planet actually radiates twice as much heat as it receives from the sun due to the temperature at its core. Temperature of the atmosphere may be minus 218 degrees C. Thus you have atronomers referring to it as an icy planet.
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Maytag Neptune washer motor/motor control circuit board ... my board just fried - is your washer still working? wondering how longthe conversion fix will last. ... Other times it will run a completecycle without any malfunctions.
On July 15, a 14th moon of Neptune, provisionally called S/2004 N 1, was announced.
Outwards from Neptune, the inner moons are Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, Galatea, Larissa, S/2004 N 1 and Proteus.Next outward from Neptune, Triton is one of four moons in the solar system known to have an atmosphere. The thin nitrogen haze is thought to have evaporated off of the frozen surface.After Triton comes Nereid. Much further out than Nereid orbit five outer moons, Halimede, Sao, Laomedeia, Neso and Psmathe.
they seem to have a issue with the doors on theses machines whirlpool owns maytag now
they were sued very bad for theses issue
The older Neptunes, such as the 2000 Stackers, MAH3000, MAH4000
and the MAH5500A series had some issues which I am sure Maytag has
corrected these issues in the newer machines...
There are thousands who have been burnt by the door latch wax motor
failure. What happens is the machine will stop spinning because the door
latch will fail to lock. Deep inside it is caused by the mechanism that
locks the door. The wax motor will draw too much current and damage the
control board by burning a resistor (R11) and a triac (Q6).
However, if Neptune owners know to replace the door latch wax motor
they can prevent the control board failure from happening. Please tell
everyone you know about this important fact.
The older Neptune's also have a couple additional issues such as the
moldy door boot and the reliability of the motor / motor control board.
All three of these issues were involved in the class action lawsuit a
couple of years ago. See http://www.neptunewaxmotor.com for more Neptune
In addition, I just now started offering a bearing and seal kit for
the Neptunes because when the bearings fail Maytag wants you to replace
the whole outer tub for a service quote of around $900 or so. Why
replace the whole outer tub? Just replace the worn bearings and 12002022
seal... See http://www.neptunebearing.com for the Neptune bearing kit
The older Neptunes run great once you take care of some small details...
For being 10 years old...I'd say R.I.P Neptune. A 10-year-old dryer is going to cost you more in repairs than the cost of a new machine! And even if it is cheap enough to fix, the parts may be no longer available. I used to work at the Harrisburg PA Sears Parts/Service Center...trust me...I know.
If it has worked for a year and your able to choose different cycles with the same result. It seems to functions with one common element failing. If the control unit cant detect how full the machine is with water it will shut down. Sounds like a water problem steming from your pressure switch. Not sure which model you have but usually it will sit on the water pump or under the console with a clear hose if under the console. If so a quick test of attaching an ohm meter set on continuity then blowing lightly to see if under pressure the switch reacts by closing if it doesnt then the switch is bad.