Question about Kenmore 22422 Top Load Washer
Look at both switches for markings by the contacts or wires or on the switch itself.
NC = Normally Closed connection
NO = Normally Open connection
C = Common connection
If the colors match the markings on the switch you should be good. If they do not match wire colors, match the markings NC – NO – C marked on the switch. Also make sure the voltage and current ratings are the same or higher than the original switch.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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Almost sounds like a timer or timer motor problem. Could also be a loose wiring harness around the timer. When you said it when into spin, but the next day, did the timer move at all during the "break". Usually, a lid switch will give off that "tell-tale" clicking sound when lifting the lid. See if it makes this noise, but it really doesnt sound like a lid switch issue. Really sounds like a dead spot, or spots, in the timer. Let me know. Jim
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