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 Posted: Tue Apr 27th, 2010 08:03 pm
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I don't know the difference ..

You could try opening your assembly to see how/if you can ..

the cheaper one should work

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This may be a silly question but I am just a grasshopper. How do I get to the door switch assembly.

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It also looks like I'm not getting 120V on my check of the 6 pin connector between #5 and #6. Does this also support your diagnosis?

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Still not sure how to get at that door switch assembly... Please advise.

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kyates9094 wrote: It also looks like I'm not getting 120V on my check of the 6 pin connector between #5 and #6. Does this also support your diagnosis?

 Measure the voltage drop between pin 5 of the six pin plug


& pins 1, 2 ,6, 9, & 10 of  the ten pin plug.



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Oops...I'm an idiot...BRB

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Tumble Action Washers with AC Drive Motor (5995369211)



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I was on step 3 when I checked between #5 and #6 and got an incorrect reading. Now on step 4 I also get no 120V readings.

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check the Flow-Chart in the service manual



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Don't see how the top opens... Don't want to break anything

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: I don't know the difference ..

You could try opening your assembly to see how/if you can ..

the cheaper one should work

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That is the 12002535 Wax motor.  It is the best one to use, it's the one that is used in all the Maytag Frontloader machines for the exact purpose that the one in the Frigidaire door switch is used for.



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Good morning and thanks again for all the help. Not to be tedious but are we thinking the wax switch will fix my spin issue or might I have a second parts order soon for this problem?? I you all think I'm gonna need a speed control too should I probably order it now?

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kyates9094 wrote: ... thinking the wax switch will fix my spin issue ... think I'm gonna need a speed control too should I probably order it now?
1) yes

2) no

Did you do the Motor/Speed Control Tests as shown on the Flow Chart in the service manual ?



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Will I need to reinstall my door switch to do it??

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yes, for the voltage tests

no for the OHM (resistance) tests



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I have done the voltage and resistance checks on the tech sheet which seem to be the same checks os in the manual. When I do the resistance checks on the speed control (Step 6) I get open circuits on all the checks (1-2, 2-3, and 3-1). the fuse checked OK. When I removed the speed control and looked at the back i see some burn or hot marks where a black disk shaped component (About a nickle sized)is soldered in. Probably not good news huh? Markings on ths component are "NTC... 2.5...0250"

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kyates9094 wrote: ... i see some burn or hot marks where a black disk shaped component (About a nickle sized)is soldered in...

picture ?



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I'm not sure I can get one except by cell phone

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Just finished the first wash load with the new wax motor and speed control board installed. Thank you for all the help and manuals. It really helped a ton. The problem seems very similar to Maytag's R11, Q6 issue in their Neptune machine. With that I hear that a bad wax motor actually takes out the control board but sometimes the board can be repaired with an R11-Q6 wax motor repair kit. May not be the same at all but it sounded similar. Thanks again for all the help ! !:party:

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kyates9094 wrote: ... and speed control board installed...
was the Speed Control bad ?


.... a bad wax motor actually takes out the control board ... 

not for this symptom of the Wax Motor ..



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