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Q:

HOT WATER ONLY WASH ON MAYTAG WASHER MODEL: MAV 7000 AWN

A:

Hawaii seems to be a very beautiful and relaxing place to live. I'm sure your washer problems aren't contributing to the relaxing experience you get to sometimes enjoy. Upon researching your question I found a couple links that may help you with your situation. I hope these links are helpful!

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Jackie S -
March 24, 2011
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Thank you for your question.

I can understand your frustration with only getting hot water not matter what you do.

We first need to find out if the cold water works at all?

Have you tried switching the orange and blue wires on the water valve?

If the cold water does not work at all then I would conclude the water valve is bad.

If the cold water works when you switch the wires then I would conclude that the analog temp control on the back of the timer is the most likely problem.

The part number for the control is: 22003906.

I hope this will help.

Thank you for using Manage My Life.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 24, 2011
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Aloha Sam.. I refer to your excellent reply to my problem & I answer you in kind: 1) The cold water indeed works perfectly well... (Just not on the wash cycle!.. The wash cycle is HOT and the rinse cycle is cold. This shows us the the cold water does indeed function). FYI, the water flow fills normally during both the wash and rinse cycle. The only problem is my ability to choose hot or cold during the wash. The rinse is perfectly acceptable with cold as I never rinse with hot anyway. 2) I did switch the wires on the TEMP CONTROL SWITCH (I dont recall the colors, but know that is did switch them) and this resulted in no difference. The same hot water came in during the wash cycle. 3) If you are correct and it is the analog control on the back of the timer (part #: 22003906) are you referring to what I call & looks like the Mother Circuit Board??? Would you suggest with the new details/info I have provide you today that I make that my next step??? I am willing to do so upon your confirmation. 4) Another Gentleman (Jackie S) replied with a link (http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/questions/110292-washer-fill-cold-water) which suggests that I may have a bad temperature selector switch, a bad solenoid valve, failed wiring contacts or a wiring problem.. Do any of these items warrant our interest? before purchasing the new analog control?? Again Sam , Many thanks for your very valuable guidance & help. Standing by, Gilbert

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Gilbert Garcia -
March 24, 2011
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Thank you for the update. Now that I know that the cold water is working normally I am fairly sure that the Electronic temp control on the back of the timer is the problem. My only concern is the thermistor in the water valve, reference #47 in the image below and it goes to the GY connections on the temp control part number: 22003906. There does not seem to by any information on a good way to test the thermistor. View the image below. I would go with replacing the Temp Control. I am confident that you will solve this problem. Thank you for using Manage My Life. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 25, 2011
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Aloha again Sam, Thanks for the final confirmation. I will now proceed and start the authorized return the Timer unit and request the new Temp Control part. I will then install and hope for the best. I will revert to you once again should there be more problems. But until then, thanks a million. Over and out for this round... Regards, Gilbert

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Gilbert Garcia -
March 25, 2011
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Aloha yet again Sam, I called the Parts Dept. to order the new part (as per your info: a Temp Control with part number: 2200-3906) and now they tell me they don't have the part number in their system,plus they don't even know the part number you mention nor does the number match up with anything they have on file??? The only thing they can provide me with for my Maytag Washer is a: TEMP CONTROL SWITCH = #2200-2936 @ $36.71 . What do I do? Is their number the same part as what you are suggesting? Again, with a $40 shipping cost per each adventure, I do not wish to experiment with mystery part numbers. Standing by and thanking you. Gilbert

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Gilbert Garcia -
March 25, 2011
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26 464 22003906 ANALOG TEMP 1 27.79 27.79 I have pasted the information from the parts list . The original part number was 222002857and now subs to 22003906. I hope this will help. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
March 25, 2011
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Aloha Sam, I have delayed my answer and thanks to you until this moment. I received the Analog Temp part, installed it, and much to my delight, all is now good... The cold water is flowing!!! Again, I deeply appreciate your guidance and this project is ofcially over!!!... Until the next one!!! Mahalo as they say over here!!! Regards, Gilbert

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Gilbert Garcia -
March 31, 2011
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Hi Sam, I have the same problem like what Gilbert has described from the above message. My Maytag MAV6200AWW that we purchased from July 2002. there are several issues with the washer. 1) When I select other buttons than WARM/COLD, then the washer can't start at all. I must select the WARM/COLD button to turn on the washer. The water is steaming hot and it is not usual for WARM/COLD selection. 2) It stops in middle in the RINSE cycle. We have to adjust the RINSE cycle differently to make it run again and it still could not complete the cycle back to OFF position. The clothes were dried and looked clean. Please let us know if it is possible to fix the issues or it is time to buy another washer if the cost to fix it is too high. Thanks for your help.

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minh -
October 06, 2012
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Thank you for your question Minh. I think that you may have two problems with the washer. The stopping in mid-cycle could be the lid switch connections and if you put the washer in a spin cycle and wiggle the lid switch harness and it stops and starts then the lid switch will need to be replaced. The other problem sounds like the cold solenoid on the water valve is not working. If you feel comfortable with using a volt/ohm meter you can check the circuit I will send you in the image below to determine if the water valve is the problem. If the lid switch proves to be bad then the part will cost about $25.00. If you also have to change out the water valve then the price of the water valve is about $35.00. Please let me know what you find out. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
October 08, 2012
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