Question about Whirlpool LTE6234D Top Load Stacked Washer/Dryer
The washer completed the wash cycle but once it reached the rinse cycle
it stopped - the water did not drain and did not finish the remaining
cycles. Note: the dryer continues to work fine. Dryer filters and
ducts were recently cleaned. Breakers in condo unit also checked and
they were all fine.
YOU CAN DO THIS.,POP THE FRONT PANEL OFF,GO TO THE SWITCH PLUG JACK ON RIGHT SIDE UNPLUG JACK,ON THE SWITCH SIDE WIRES CUT THE OUTSIDE WIRES PUT THEM TOGETHER WITH WIRE NUT,LEAVE GREEN WIRE ANONE,PLUG BACK INTO JACK,YOUR DONE,REMEMBER NOW IN THE SPIN CYCLE IT WILL WORK BUT WHEN YOU OPEN THE LIP IT WILL NOT TURN OFF SO KEEP YOUR HANDS OUT OF THERE,THANKS-MIKE
Posted on May 28, 2008
This was very helpful but I realized the true problem with all this was that the switch has broken off the bracket underneath, from shutting lid from a height, that now the switch doesn't recognize that the lid is closed - because it's broken off the bracket and loose.
Here's what to do - reach under there, grab switch and pull out, don't worry the wiring is quite long, you can do it 4-6 inches or so.
Next, take some heavy duty tape and wrap it around the switch lever a few times to make it tight. Now you will have an always closed lid, even in open operation.
Basically in the above reply about re-wiring something on the top, this is what he was referring to do, but to re-wire the controls so they don't recognize the lid/switch combo.
Posted on Feb 01, 2013
This is really wonderful! The fork-trick works! Edgar Kelly - thanks a TON!
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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