Model #LSE7804ACL MAYTAG Laundry Centers/Combos

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Q:

Maytag Laundry Center washer won't work at all. LSE7804ACL

A:

The fuse is connected between the water valve and the pressure switch. The wiring diagram for the washer is included in the parts manual from the manufacturer. That fuse won't prevent the washer from working at all.

I recommend that you refer to the wiring diagram in that parts manual to byapss the lid switch for testing. A failed lid switch can prevent the washer from working.

I don't have disassembly instructions for that model of Maytag laundry center. You may be able to use the parts diagrams to determine how to access the internal components.

Be sure that you unplug the laundry center before accessing internal components.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
November 28, 2014
A:

Can you give me more specific instructions on how to bypass the lid switch? I pulled the two outside wires off and connected them together. I don't know if this bypassed the switch. I understood the wiring diagram (thanks for the link to a better picture), but it didn't really tell me how to bypass the switch.

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Lyne -
November 28, 2014
A:

I think I may have bypassed the check switch instead of the lid switch.

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Lyne -
November 28, 2014
A:

Thanks to your help, I replaced the lid switch. A small fuse was sent with the switch, but I did not see where the fuse is located, so it was not replaced. Now the washer turns on, but doesn't fill. The regulator knob appears to work. I heard clicking at the knob when it is set at the start of a wash cycle at first, but now I hear nothing. When I move it to the cycle that drains I can hear the pump trying to drain it. It will also spin. I checked the water hoses and water is being delivered. I did accidently remove and replace the plastic water fill device under the lid, in case that may have been done wrong. Can you help me with the fuse replacement and what other parts I need to order?

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Lyne -
December 07, 2014
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I'm good. Never mind the question. I finally found the fuse and replaced it. That solved the problem. (The fuse is well hidden under some wires just to the inside of the front panel on the left.)

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Lyne -
December 07, 2014
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