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Switch, Lid
PartSelect Number PS11745957
Manufacturer Part Number WP8318084
This part is found in your washer. The pin on the lid pushes on the lever of the lid switch to tell the machine that the lid is closed. This part includes the green grounding wire. If your machine is having trouble starting, is not agitating, spinning, or is not draining properly, this could be because the lid switch has broken. You will need a 5/16-inch nut driver for this repair. The package will contain one lid switch. You will need to access the back of the washer, and remove the two Phillips screws that hold the top back panel in place. Slide the panel forward to release. Use your nut driver to loosen the screw that holds the ground wire in place. Lift the lid of the washer to release the old lid switch.
Fixes these symptoms
Burning smell
Pumps but will not spin
Timer will not advance

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Clint from Kansas City, KS says,

Washer wouldn't run
I removed the two screws on the back of the control panel. The control panel then flips back. The switch is on the left side. To remove the switch, I first detached the wire to the control panel an...read more

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$25.98
Lid Switch
PartSelect Number PS11722098
Manufacturer Part Number 3949247V
This is a lid switch for a washing machine. This is a genuine OEM part. The pin on the lid pushes on the lever of the lid switch to tell the washing machine that the lid is closed, which allows the wash cycle to begin. The washer will not spin if the machine senses the lid is open. The tools youll need for this repair are a Phillips screwdriver and 5/16 nut driver. Be sure to disconnect the power supply and fill hoses from the appliance. When reinstalling the harness, take notice of the flat edges on the plastic terminal; they should face towards the front of the washer.
Fixes these symptoms
Lid or door will not open
Lid or door won’t close
Not draining

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Installation Instructions
Travis from Pearland, TX says,

Washer stopped mid cycle
1. Unplug washer.
2. Remove screws at control panel end caps.
3. Flip control panel back to expose wiring.
4. Detach lid switch wiring harness from control panel.
5. Use screwdrive...read more

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$28.77
Lid Switch Assembly
PartSelect Number PS11742021
Manufacturer Part Number WP3949238
This part comes with a three-wire lead. The pin on the lid pushes on the lever of the lid switch to tell the machine that the lid is closed.
Fixes these symptoms
Pumps but will not spin
Timer will not advance
Will not agitate

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Installation Instructions
Nicola from Centreville, MD says,

Washer would not run, lid switch broken
Repair was easy. Removed two side panels on the control plate. Removed two phillips screws that hold the control panel to the body of the washer. Disconnected the electic connection to the wires le...read more

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$11.12
Push-to-Start Switch
PartSelect Number PS3487190
Manufacturer Part Number WE4M416
This switch is used to activate the dryer.
Fixes these symptoms
Will Not Start


Installation Instructions
Linda from FITCHBURG, MA says,

dryer would not stay on so I ordered a button, but wrong part.
First I called to get help with the right part and they told me I needed the pus-to-start-switch. It came in and I called my handyman Ed to install it. I am happy with your service. I dont install bu...read more

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$17.89
Lid Switch with Wire Harness
PartSelect Number PS1482372
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10334
This lid switch with wire harnesses is used in washing machines. The pin on the lid switch pushes onto the lever of the switch to communicate to the machine that the washer lid is closed. If your washing machine is not running when the lid is closed, not spinning, draining, or agitating, replacing the lid switch could solve the problem. The tools needed for this repair are: putty knife, 1/4 inch nut driver, wire strippers and crimpers. Refer to the manual for further installation instructions. Remember to unplug your washer from the power source as a safety precaution.
Fixes these symptoms
Pumps but will not spin
Will not agitate
Will Not Start

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Installation Instructions
Brian from Millerplace, NY says,

washing machine would not go through all cycles or agitate
After removing frt panel which prys off I checked for anything obvious like a loose belt. Then I jiggled the magnet switch located on the inside of the loading cover. I saw the machine start agitating...read more

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$15.10
Door Switch Kit
PartSelect Number PS1964648
Manufacturer Part Number W10169313
This part replaces two terminal switches in a dryer and prevents the dryer from running when the door is open. This includes two connectors. If your dryer will not shut off, start, or does not tumble, replacing the door switch can solve this appliance problem. The tools needed for replacement are a screw driver and wire strippers. Make sure to attach the two wires to the right two poles of the new switch, to do this you can check the resistance of the switch. Unplug the dryer before installing this part, also refer to the diagram provided by the manufacturer.
Fixes these symptoms
Will not shut off
Will Not Start
Will not tumble

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Installation Instructions
Don from Jacksonville, FL says,

Switch sticking in on position
FIRST unplug dryer from electrical source, CAUTION, the top of this dryer does not open with clips, do not pry on top to open! On the front of the dryer look under the lower panel, and find two scre...read more

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$20.91
Lid Switch
PartSelect Number PS11723153
Manufacturer Part Number W10820036
This 3 prong lid switch is used for washing machines that do not have a tub light.
Fixes these symptoms
Pumps but will not spin
Timer will not advance
Will not agitate

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Installation Instructions
Peter from Westbury, NY says,

washer would not start
To see if the lid switch was the problem I first jumped it out and tried to start the washer. That was the problem. I removed the main controll so I could get to the lid switch. I made the mistake of ...read more

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$12.27
Temperature Switch - 3 Position
PartSelect Number PS3499718
Manufacturer Part Number WH12X10498
Also known as a Rotary Switch. This part regulates the temperature of the water in the tub.
Fixes these symptoms
No hot or cold water
Timer will not advance
Will not fill with water

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Installation Instructions
Richard from Kittery, ME says,

No hot water fill
- Troubleshot fill valve first. OK
- Followed leads to temperature selector switch.
- Checked resistance and live voltage at switch.
- Determined switch had failed on "hot" side.
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$15.57
Door Switch
PartSelect Number PS2344321
Manufacturer Part Number WE4M415
A door switch is a simple on/off mechanism that prohibits the dryer from operating when the door is open.
Fixes these symptoms
Will not shut off
Will Not Start


Installation Instructions
Joshua from Dallas, TX says,

Dryer would not start
The end repair was very simple and took minimal effort. The time and difficulty was all in the testing. I disassembled the dryer and removed the drum and then hard wired each thermo-fuse to determin...read more

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$43.96
Lid Switch Assembly
PartSelect Number PS11739302
Manufacturer Part Number WP22001682
This black lid switch assembly comes complete with a bracket, two switches, and a fuse. An open fuse might indicate that the lid switch is bad. The point of the lid switch is for the tub to stop spinning when the washer lid is opened. It is a safety precaution just in case someone decides to stick their hand inside the washer while the tub is spinning.
Fixes these symptoms
Pumps but will not spin
Timer will not advance
Will not agitate

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Installation Instructions
Richard from Houston, TX says,

The washer wouldn't start unless you slammed the lid shut.
I suspected the lid switch right away. Where I went wrong was in thinking that I had to get to it from below. After going to all the trouble of removing the front panel and detaching the top panel, I ...read more