Question about Whirlpool LTE6234D Top Load Stacked Washer/Dryer
A) I've never worker on the dual stacked setups.
B) Standard topload is easy. Make sure you unplug it first, locating a replacement timer will be the hardest part. Most places around here are "wholesale" and only sell to techs. You used to could walk in with a maintenance uniform and buy the parts, for cash, then they started requiring company accounts. We still have at least one that sells retail parts. You may have to check the internet. You'll need the Manufacturer, Model, and , maybe the serial number.
Then the access to the backside of the timer usually involves removing a back panel or lifting the entire top of the assembly. With a dual I'd figure it to be a back panel.
C) Then you second hardest and most critical part is labeling your connections and making sure that you plug them into the exact same place on the new one that they now reside on the old one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the back of your thin twin dryer is a small white flat fuse attached with a screw, a clip, and two spade clips and wires. This is a thermal fuse and if tripped will cause your dryer to do nothing. Check with multimeter for continuity and replace if necessary. Also inside machine is a black tubular capacitor that will cause dryer to not run. Again, remove after properly discharging capacitor. Using multimeter check capacitor for continuity and potential. Obviously disconnect all power to machine before even thinking about repair. 240 volts will kill you dead.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
The symptoms you describe are typical of a broken lid switch. The lid switch is located under the washer top on the right hand side. It is activated through a slot by a small plastic piece on the lid called a "lid strike". Make sure the lid strike is still installed and not broken. Make sure the lid switch itself is not loose, as well. There are two mounting screws along the washer tub opening that hold it in place. If the screws become loose the switch will not make contact with the lid strike when the lid is closed. If you need to replace the switch or lid strike, the parts are available at searspartsdirect.com. Just type in your model number and look under the "Washer Top and Lid" heading on the next page. The lid switch is listed as item number 22 (part #3355806) and the lid strike is listed as item number 16 (part #358684). Both parts combined will cost you about $30. If you have further questions and/or require additional assistance, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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You said, Great website. Thanks so much for all the info. Where can you download a user manual for my Whirlpool LTE 6234? Mahalo, Lee.
Here is the whirlppool site
Posted on Oct 03, 2008
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