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After checking out a few things on this washer with my multimeter I determined that the timer was at fault.
When I first looked up the model number, LWA50AW I seen it called for timer part # 37926 and retailed for $175.00!
Being it was a older washer I was sure that the customer would not be interested in putting that much money into repairing it.
After doing a bit more research online I found this topic in our forum.
Seeing that the timer I originally looked up could be replace with timer part # 37926P and it was only about $50.00!
What a difference in price. The customer was more then happy to invest that kind of money into repairing their old washing machine.
Basic Repair Manual Series
If the water can not drain from your washing machine fast enough or at all it can cause a lot of different problems. This is a list of the most common problems we see with LG washers that drain pump, part # 4681EA2001T has failed on and needed to be replaced.
Topics from our appliance repair forum about people repairing there LG washer by replacing a bad rotor position sensor switch.
Read more about repairing your LG washer with LE error code that will not spin.
Have not repaired a Neptune Washer for sometime now, but today I got a chance to replace a belt on one, part # 12001788.
Here are some FAQ’s in our appliance repair forum about the Maytag Neptune Washer Belt.
See how others have repaired their Whirlpool Duet washer by replacing the motor control board, part # 8182706
You might think you need to replace the whole Display Control Board to fix the problem. Not so!
Remove the Display Control Board from the front panel and look at the LED Display.
As you can see, the LED cover for the display has slipped down.
Remove the plastic LED cover and you will see the LED segments below.
Align the plastic cover with the LED segments below.