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Re: Calls error code at end of first rinse
Hi just read your posting.Error 136 means you have''Motor Stall " fault. Now just a couple of questions, has your machine been noisy on spin?does the machine leak water?Please reply with answers and I can help you rectify this fault.
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Always supply a model number, each model has it's own foibles. It is very hard to assist without full details.
BUT, is this an "LAT" series Maytag washer??
If so, this is a normal rinse, the manufacturer calls it a "Spray Rinse" and it is quite normal.it only adds the water during the spin cycle, after the rinse water is ejected and then only for about 1 minute, the water passing through the fabric as it passes by the water inlet flume and empties during the spin.
136. (10001000) Motor Stall
The Motor Control Module has been unable to start the motor. Possible causes of this fault
are: Faulty motor harness, faulty or jammed motor, seized bearings or seals, faulty Motor
Control Module, faulty Rotor Position Sensor or harness.
Primary Source: Wiring.
Action: Measure/check the motor harness, connectors and motor for
discontinuity. This can be done by taking a resistance measurement
between phases of the motor harness at the Motor Control Module
end. If an incorrect reading is obtained the reading should be taken
directly from the stator.
Secondary Source: Motor.
Action: 1) Check free rotation of the agitator and bowl by rotating by hand.
Bearings and seals may be seized.
2) Check the Rotor Position Sensor and associated harness for
water, mechanical damage or corrosion.
Tertiary Source: Motor Control Module.
Action: If the primary and secondary checks pass inspection, then replace
the Motor Control Module.
Hi just read your posting.Now Error Code 136 is called Motor Stall.This means the Motor Controller was unable to start the rotation of the motor.The possible causes of this fault are : Faulty wiring to the motor,faulty or jammed motor,seized bearings or seals,faulty control module,faulty rotor sensor.or wiring to the sensor.Now has your machine been noisy on spin?Could you please confirm the model number of your machine.Has your machine been leaking?Does the machine get a lot of work? Please reply with additional information on the questions and I am sure I can help you track the fault down.Looking forward to your reply.
Hi just read your posting.Now Error code 136 means you have a motor stall fault.This means the motor controller cannot start the motor turning.Has your machine been noisy on spin?The things that cause this fault are,seized or faulty bearings, wiring to the motor faulty,faulty motor,faulty rotor position sensor, or faulty motor controller.Do you have or can borrow an electrical test meter ?If the answer is yes I can guide you throe the testing of the components to track this fault done.Please reply with additional information about the spin cycle and if you can get a meter and I will help you further.