This is painful...
01: Replaced outer tub assembly because bearings were shot
02: Had to have a Maytag Tech come out because of a mismatch related to the Spinner support and the outer tub bearings
03: He resolved issue and reassembled the machine
04: Motor made really nasty noise
05: He advised me to purchase a 12002039
motor conversion kit and install it
06: Upon installation and machine power up, the AC filter that came with the kit hummed so loud I thought it was going to explode
07: Plugged washing machine into an industrial AC line conditioner and bypassed the AC filter
08: Plugged Neutral and Hot directly into the new motor control board
09: Hum gone, machine seems to work great until it hits the final spin cycle
10: Just as the timer control is activating the final spin cycle, I noticed a slight arcing noise that lasted about .3 seconds
11: Tub started to spin normally but, the two solenoids on the water inlet valve assembly (the ones that control the water input) started pulsing every 1-3 seconds throughout the entire final spin cycle
12: I let it finish even though the valves we spurting water into the tub
13: Cycle finished but no all the water drained
14:The distributor sent me a replacement 12002039 and all I want to do is to run some tests before I install the replacement kit to ensure that there's not something else wrong that has the potential the nuke the new-new replacement kit
15: Maytag "the company" won't allow me to talk to an engineer because of "liability issues"
I have 40+ years of electrical, electronic, mechanical and adaptive problem solving experience.
This can be fixed and if Maytag would send me a full blown schematic, I'd easily identify the problem and resolve the issue
PS - sorry about the lengthy post, I used to do technical documentation for a living