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Thanks for the advice! I've ordered the part and I will hopefully have it this weekend. I'll update you after I install the part to let you know if that worked or not.
An update on this Maytag washer. I replaced the shift actuator like you recommended and it worked for about 6 loads of laundry. Now it's back to not doing the final spin at the end of a cycle. It does the spin after draining the water from the wash cycle, but it doesn't do the final spin after draining at the end of the rinse cycle. Do you think that I installed a bad shift actuator? Maybe there's a way I can run a diagnostic test for the CCU. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated Chas.
No, but I did follow the installation video. There was no instruction on how to run a calibration routine on the unit. Can you let me know how that is done, or maybe a link to a video?
Sorry, but when I click on the link for the manual, it will not allow me to access the document. Is there some other way I can view that?
Got it, Thanks Chas. I just ran the calibration routine and will see if that resolves the problem during my next wash cycle. If not, I'll run some diagnostics from the tech sheet.
I'll let you know if I still have the problem after I do these things.
Ok, the calibration routine didn't do anything, it still doesn't go automatically into the final spin. I ran the fault code display mode and it shows " (F7E6) Motor Fault: indicates an open clockwise or counterclockwise circuit of the motor.
Could that mean that shift actuator went kaput again or maybe it's something else?
Thanks Chas, do you think this is the shifter motor or the PSC motor? If its the shifter motor I can just get another shift actuator.