Question about Washing Machines
IF IT IS A MAYTAG TOP LOAD, IT MIGHT HAVE A 4AMP FUSE IN THE CONSOLE NEAR THE LID SWITCH.
SOME MANUFACTURERS DISCONNECT POWER TO THE ENTIRE MACHINE THROUGH THE LID SWITCH. IF THE LID SWITCH FAILS, IT WILL RESULT IN YOUR SYMPTOMS.
THE ELECTRIC CORD COULD HAVE A BREAK IN IT.
THE TIMER COULD HAVE FAILED. IF YOU PULL THE TIMER KNOB TO START, THERE ARE CONTACTS IN THE TIMER THAT ALSO DISCONNECT POWER TO THE ENTIRE MACHINE.
THOSE ARE THE MOST LIKELY CAUSE OF YOUR PROBLEM, THE CORD, FUSE, LID SWITCH, OR TIMER.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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