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Dec 11, 2013 - Uploaded by daytonaturbofreak
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.
I had this one come up on a washer I had professionally installed for a client. When I looked into it I found there were shipping blocks made of squeaky Styrofoam the installers left in place. Only made the noise when it was full of water and working hard shifting back and forth in agitation. It said right in installation instructions to take the shipping blocks out too.
Is it a constant squeak or does it go squeak-squeak - squeak as it agitates? It is a squeak that is intermittant then usually your brake is losing its hold. You will need a technician to do this job. It requires special tools that they should have. I repeat a technician should do this job. You can seriously hurt yourself attempting this repair. Also see if the inner tup is turning as it agitates, if it is then it i definately the brake. But one more time do not try this repair it is a dangerous repair that should be left to technicians. There is a spring that is under heavy compression that requires a tool to release it.
We have a Maytag Performa G3300 that we bought on 8/13/2001. It still works great, but on 2/25/10 it stopped heating. We found that by removing the front panel and vacuuming the accumulated lint on the inside of the dryer and the door, the problem was resolved. There were no parts to replace, just vacuuming.
The brake pad is squeaking in the brake drum. Like when the brakes on your car get glazed. It's annoying, but it won't affect the operation. Call the store where you purchased it and set up service to have it repaired. If the tech they send doesn't have a brake tool, or seems clueless, have them send a different tech. Be sure they replace the parts - not just scuff up the pads and drum already in there - Maytag's buying!
Unfortunately, there's no guarantee this will permanently take care of the situation. I have noticed that doing larger loads actually helps condition the brake seating surfaces when the parts are new.