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Washer Electronic Control Board
PartSelect Number PS12724037
Manufacturer Part Number 137005000NH
The electronic control board manages the washer's functions such as filling, washing, draining and spinning.
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Washer Control Timer
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4 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11742046
Manufacturer Part Number WP3951702
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.(60 Hz.)
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Installation Instructions
michael from deersville, OH
washer would'nt cycle
remove two screws that hold down top piece that holds timer. [screws are at each end] pull the top peice foward[ toward front of washer] just about 1 inch,then flip it up so you can see back of timer,pull out black tab that holds timer knob [with the tweesers],remove knob and dial unplug the wiring remove the screw under timer knob raise clip on the side of timer so it will slide toward left side remove timer. reverse instructions to install. PS VERY IMPORTANT!!!!!MAKE SURE TO UNPLUG WASHER FIRST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Read more...
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Motor Control Board
PartSelect Number PS1524621
Manufacturer Part Number 134743500
This part is usually located in the bottom of the washer next to the drive motor. It is used to control the drive motor speed as well as the direction for the spin and tumble actions during the cycle.
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Matt from MAPLE SHADE, NJ
No spin
No spin, water+drain worked playing with settings. Dart 1-door switch. Got code-tested motor-ok. Replaced motor control board Read more...
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Noise Filter - 275V and 50/60Hz
PartSelect Number PS11753813
Manufacturer Part Number WPW10367632
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INSERT
PartSelect Number PS1524642
Manufacturer Part Number 134768500
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Timer
PartSelect Number PS418697
Manufacturer Part Number 131758600
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
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Installation Instructions
John from Covina, CA
Timer for washer did not work(would not cycle without me moving the dial)
I removed control panel(washer and dryer controls since this is a combination unit) from the front by undoing screws at access panel and unplug the washer/dryer unit,220 volt if all electric like mine and then 4 phillip screws at bottom of control panel- 2 large phillips and 2 small phillips at outer edges underneath at plastic ends this will allow you take off the panel. Then pull panel out and turn over to get at back of timer /cycle control and pull pen back at dial, this will allow you to remove the the knob. I didn't know this at first so I had quite the battle going on removing the knob! Then I read someone elses letter and at the bottom he talked about the pulling of pen on back. If you do this you won't have to replace your knob like I did.Once you pull the knob off there is a small screw just to the inside you will have to remove and this will allow the timer to come off.disconnect the plug and insert new timer and re-install reversing the steps. Replug washer dryer and you are done. Good Luck! Read more...
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Motor Control Board
PartSelect Number PS10066118
Manufacturer Part Number 134618213
Installation Instructions
Baruch from HURLEYVILLE, NY
washer stops in middle of cycle and E53 appears on the screen
1 you have to order a new motor control board
2 unscrew the back panel
3 unscrew the top panel
4 unscrew the bracket
5disconnect the old motor control board
6 connect the new motor control board
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Timer - 60 Hz.
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1 Review
PartSelect Number PS11746742
Manufacturer Part Number WP8577356
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.
Fixes these symptoms
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Timer
PartSelect Number PS11738818
Manufacturer Part Number WP21001522
To release the timer knob pull small plastic tab on back of the timer.
Installation Instructions
John from Dover, PA
No water entering,Timer making weird noises.
1st disconnect the power , turn the Water valve off thenRemove the 6 screws holding the Timer console and lay it forward on the Washer.Unplug the Timer power connector. Using the needle nose pliers grab the green shaft @ the back of the Timer and pull it back and this will release the Knob, then pull the Indicator Dial off the shaft. You can now remove the bad Timer and replace it with the new Timer (snap it in place). Push the indicator dial back on the shaft (look @ the configuration,it'll only go back one way, do not force) then line the knob up( there is a rectangular shaped hole inside the knob and it has to go into the rectangular shape on the shaft). Now hold the knob tightly against the timer and go to the back of the timer and push the green shaft forward till you hear it click into the knob (this step is important) if it doesn't lock it can vibrate loose and your washer will not work properly. Put the parts back in place, plug it in, turn the water on and it should be ready to go.I also wanted to add that Maytag Technical support is worthless and useless,I'm thankful I found PartsSelect on the Internet and the Users who shared their repair stories which enabled me to make this repair. I also want to say that Maytag mastered the Art of having Timers made that only last a little past there Warranty Period, 5 year warranty, died at 5 years and 3 months. Read more...
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Timer, Control (60 Hz.) (Motor
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3 Reviews
PartSelect Number PS11746373
Manufacturer Part Number WP8546685
The timer controls most of the operations of the washer: water level, tub filling and emptying, length of cycles, and cycle setting sequences.

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