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I have a Maytag LSE7806ACE stackable washer/dryer and the other day I washed clothing without a problem. Today I went to turn the knob to start a load and it was dead, dead, dead. I advanced the knob to different settings and I found that the only thing that works on the washer is that it spins. It doesn't fill with hot water, cold water and it doesn't aggitate. The dryer works fine.

I had my brother took a look since he's an electrician and he said it might be the water inlet valve although he checked it and the test read about 1076. I have no idea what that means. Good? Bad? He didn't know much of anything else inside the front panel. We didn't know.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Take the front panel of the washer off. On the left side you will see a fuse. If it is blown, you have to replace your lid switch assembly. The lid switch assembly will come with a new fuse.



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If it were the lid switch would nothing work? There are some options that do work so I'm not so sure that would be it

 

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eyerishangel wrote: If it were the lid switch would nothing work? There are some options that do work so I'm not so sure that would be it

 

I'm just taking a wild stab at it. Always wanted to be an appliance tech when I grew up because they got the chicks and got to to show off butt crack to total strangers without getting arrested. Instead I applied my attention toward medical school and kept my fetishes pent up all these years. Take a gander at the schematic. If you take the fuse out of the circuit (intestinally or blown) the unit will do everything but fill with water. The reason it does not agitate is, well, its not filled with water. The lid switch is made up of two switches. You will find your three lead switch is sticking. You might put a fuse in and get by with a wash or two but it will blow again, and then again, yada yada yada. The part you need can be obtained my clicking the blue link above.  



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Trying to help wrote:
Always wanted to be an appliance tech when I grew up because they got the chicks and got to to show off butt crack to total strangers without getting arrested. Instead I applied my attention toward medical school and kept my fetishes pent up all these years.
This is great stuff, TTH! :laughing: I think you missed your calling as a comedic writer but you are encouraged to ply your apparent talents in these pages.



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Hate to be difficult, perhaps I'm suffering of the Endocranial Shit Buildup syndrome, but I can see no link to a part, just blue text...



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The part you need can be obtained my clicking the blue link above.  
 
I mean the BLUE link at the top of the page for parts, Appliance Parts . I don't get paid enough to find the parts unless I know the number by heart! 



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Is this the part you were talking about?

 

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=1800

And can it be gotten at any local store or is it a special order item?

Thanks!

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this is the lid switch assembly for your model.... http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=400492

You could buy it at a local suppier but wouldn't that be like going to the local hardware store for advice on what you need and then driving accross town to buy the items from Home Depot?   One day soon the hardware store closes up shop and you wonder why...they were so nice and helpful

 

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Oh, true... well. Here's how my browser views the links, with RGB values for the colors of the link text... perhaps due to the fact that I read parts listings so often, that IE remembers I've been there. No, I'm not trying to be wise, but I didn't see a blue link to appliance parts. Breakdown diagrams and accessories are blue to me. B)

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Go with the assembly. Costs more and the wife thinks your really handy. All kidding aside I never mess with the individual switches. Go with the assembly hvacdrd has posted.   



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Cool pic, Keino. Thanks for the chromatic analysis. :dude:



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Here's what needed to be replaced....

 

Inlet Fuse

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Okay so it's something other than the inlet fuse because my washer isn't working again!!!!! $100 and it's not working WTF!!! Needless to say I called and said I'm not paying for another service call but to get their rearends out asap because now I'm pissed. I do know they charged me a freaking $20 for the damn fuse when I know that's rape.

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I warned ya!! The fuse blows because of the lid switch assembly. You must replace the lid switch assembly and the fuse. Or you can buy the MONDO size bag of fuses and keep taking the panel off every day. REPLACE THE LID SWITCH ASSEMBLY


 
Take the front panel of the washer off. On the left side you will see a fuse. If it is blown, you have to replace your lid switch assembly. The lid switch assembly will come with a new fuse.

Here is the kit..

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=400492

 



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Which fuse do I get on this site? I'm planning on ordering these parts rather than get raped by the guy coming on Tuesday. I assume it's the one for 1.95!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!






[url=javascript:fnPartDetail(435797, '')]435797[/url]


Block, fuse

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I warned ya!! The fuse blows because of the lid switch assembly. You must replace the lid switch assembly and the fuse. Or you can buy the MONDO size bag of fuses and keep taking the panel off every day. REPLACE THE LID SWITCH ASSEMBLY


 
Take the front panel of the washer off. On the left side you will see a fuse. If it is blown, you have to replace your lid switch assembly. The lid switch assembly will come with a new fuse.

Here is the kit..

http://www.repairclinic.com/referral.asp?R=154&N=400492

Click on the Blue Link above these words.....get the assembly...



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The fuse pictured in the kit isn't the same one that was replaced. The one replaced was the black one (block fuse). It's located just inside the front panel on the left.

...and then my next question is....can someone like me replace this myself? I pretty good at mechanical things although I don't know how involved it is to replace this part. Are there any instructions anywhere?

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To replace the switch assembly you will need about 30 minutes if you are handy. We can walk you through tear-down. You mentioned on a prior post you knew someone who was an electrician. Between you two, and us, we got this. The unit comes with a glass fuse, the prior company could of beefed it up to a microwave fuse (not recommended at all) which is a whitish gray. You might be thinking the fuse holder which is black is the fuse as well. Kit shown is the one you will need. Has new fuse and lid switch assm.   



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I would greatly appreciate the help in replacing it myself (my brother is the electrician).

The repair is coming out on Tuesday to revisit what I already paid for. I told them I'm not paying anything beyond what I have and if I need a part I'll be buying it on my own.  I told them it was outrageous to charge me $20 for an item that only costs a few dollars. So I'm letting them come out and troubleshoot only what is under warranty but anything above that I'm doing myself.

Where do I seek the advice to take everything apart? A number? Emails? Keep in mind I have a 6 yr old with a bug for always being in fashion and we go through more clothing here. LOL So it's not something I can drag out.


Apparently, I'm in the wrong business!!!! I should learn how to repair this stuff and charge half the rate!!

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