Question about Maytag LAT3600A Top Load Washer
I have checked the lid switch and the water level (pressure) switch;
both are in working order. I have "checked" the contacts in the timer
the best I could and they all seem to have good contacts; however,
since I could not open this unit to see if the inside contacts are
good. Since it is a mechanical contact and the timer motor itself
works, I wonder if I should change the entire timer (unit) at a cost of
Did you check to see if you had power coming to the motor during agitate cycle? Use the wiring schematic to check 120V or at least a voltage detector. If you do, then the timer is ok and may be the transmission.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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