Question about Maytag Bravos MTW6600T Top Load Washer
If you are handy, yes. The rps sensor is mounted to the motor. Remove power and tip the unit back. The motor has one bolt in the middle that holds it in place. Once the motor drops out the sensor clips off the stator motor.
First time will take you two hours or so. Not difficult time consuming though.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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The reason could well be due to an intermittent connection at the Rotor Position Sensor, (RPS).
To correct this, remove and reinstall the connector at the RPS at least three times to clean off any corrosion built up on the connector and RPS due to the intermittent connection. Confirm that the connector is fully seated onto the RPS control upon final connection and verify there are no damaged wires.
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