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Re: washer out of balance
This is a rare brand , couldnt find any info about your unit , but I suggest , since most of the top washer machine ,the top can be remove by using a screwdriver and carefully apply force to open it up , the top is clipped to washer , if you dont see any screws ,
so try it , and hope it works , AJ
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is this the code your refering to
If the motor controller detects an unrecoverable off-balance condition, the machine controller will shut down and display an "ob" for Off Balance The lid switch must be opened at least once before restarting the cycle, if this condition occurs. Opening the lid will allow the customer to view and redistribute the load.
Press STOP/CANCEL to clear the display
cuz they list no code 06 hope this helps
I have a 10yr old Maytag Atlantis model MAV7258AWW. Here is how I solved my balance problem. It appeared that I had two problems. One was that it would not spin fast, the second was that it would spin off balance. To get the washer to spin fast like it should I had to open the lid then close it, re-engaging the spin cycle. I opened the top and watched the motor engage in the spin cycle. with the top open, I would open and close the lid activating the lid switch. Each time I closed the lid I noticed that the motor would move a little bit more on its glides to tighten the belt. Sort of like a automatic adjuster. The motor is designed to pivot one way for the agitator the other way for spin. If the motor does not pivot correctly, the belt will not tighten and will slip. I removed the front panel, cleaned and lubed the pivot area. Now the motor glides on the pivots like it should. I ran the spin cycle and the motor slid all the way to one side like it should, the belt tightens and the spin cycle spins. Now that the spin cycle works, quess what?? The balance problem is fixed as well. It appears that the reason that the tub was going off balance was because the belt was slipping not spinning the tub at maxium speed as designed causing the off balance problem. The tub was not spinning fast enough causing the off balance problem. I have ran several loades in the washer and not a problem. I did replace the snubber, it was worn out but it still spun off balance. I hope this helps to all who have a balance problem.
Couple things you can check that should solve the problem.
First open the lid and look at the agitator, in the enter you should be able to remove the center piece that is on top, then remove the plastic piece that is there until you get to a nut.
Verify the nut is not loose, if it is then tighten it down.
Second ,Your model may have a balance ring that may have came loose or is broken.
Remove the top by unscrewing the 2 screws from the top electrical area of the washer, then remove the 2 clips with a flat head screwdriver.
Unplug the lid switch, then remove the entire cover off of the washer by pulling it back towards you.
Pop the plastic piece off the top of the drum and under that you should find the balance ring (If yours has one) if it does then make sure its not loose or broken.
Off Balance. From the service manual (you can google error codes for these machines), if the motor controller detects an unrecoverable off-balance condition, the machine controller will shut down and display an "ob" for off balance.
The lid switch must be opened at least once before restarting the cycle, if this condition occurs. Opening the lid will allow you to view and redistribute the load.
Press STOP/CANCEL to clear the display.
a small run of these actually had an out of balance switch and fuse assembly that cut power to the machine if it went way out of balance ,check and see if yours has one and replace the fuse at first but you may have to replace the entire assembly
depends some modles have 2 clips under the front left and right you stick your putty knife in there and pull the console up, also there could be end caps get a screw driver and pop them off then there will be 2 screws remove them. Then some models have 2 screws directly behing the consol remove them pull consol forward and up. Once you have got the consol situated there are 2 copper brakets push down and out with your screw driver this will release the cabinet soyou can replace the lid switch
The close pin most likely broke the switch. Unplug the washer, remove the screws that hold the top and flip it back and remove the cabinet. with the cabinet off it is easy to replace the lid switch. Cost should be $20. to $30.
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