Maytag
Laundry Center

Model #LSG7806AAE Maytag gas laundry center

Here are the diagrams and repair parts for Maytag LSG7806AAE gas laundry center, as well as links to manuals and error code tables, if available.


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Dryer Drum Bearing Kit

#12

Tumbler Diagram

$10.08

In Stock

Washer Damper Pad Kit

#8

Base Diagram

$27.00

In Stock

Washer Lint Filter

#15

Tub Diagram

Washer lint filter

Part #207219
$45.96 | 
19% OFF MSRP:$57.00

In Stock

Dryer Front Panel Air Seal

#1

Front panel & control panel (lsg7806abq) Diagram

$51.37

In Stock

Set Screw

#19

Tub Diagram

Set screw

Part #22001423
$27.97

In Stock

Shield

#40

Tumbler Diagram

Shield

Part #315238
$19.99

In Stock

Dryer Temperature Switch

#11

Front panel & control panel Diagram

$67.42

In Stock

Bumper

#32

Front panel & control panel Diagram

Bumper

Part #315286
This item is not returnable
$4.20

In Stock

Washer Moter Mount Roller and Spring Kit

#37

Base Diagram

$23.45 | 
33% OFF MSRP:$35.00

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Washer Basket Balance Ring

#9

Tub Diagram

$50.82 | 
33% OFF MSRP:$75.46

In Stock

Symptoms common to all laundry centers

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Main causes: blocked exhaust vent, clogged lint screen, bad timer, moisture sensing problems, weak gas valve coils, bad heating element
Main causes: control system failure, broken heating element, bad gas valve coils, gas supply failure, voltage supply problem, blown fuse
Main causes: bad lid switch or lid lock, drive motor failure, broken motor coupler, bad timer, faulty electronic control board
Main causes: broken lid switch or lid lock, faulty drive motor, drain system problem, broken drive system components
Main causes: door not fully shut, bad door switch, faulty push-to-start switch, wiring failure, bad drive motor, blown fuse, control failure
Main causes: unbalanced load, broken suspension springs or shocks, worn snubber ring
Main causes: clogged drain system, blocked drain hose, bad drain pump
Main causes: broken dryer drive belt, weak drive motor, binding drum seals
Main causes: lack of water supply, failed lid switch or lid lock, bad water level pressure switch, control system failure, bad water valve

Repair guides common to all laundry centers

These step-by-step repair guides will help you safely fix what’s broken on your laundry center.

How to replace a laundry center washer drive motor

If the motor doesn’t run, you can replace it in less than an hour.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 45 minutes or less
How to replace a laundry center washer snubber ring

If the washer tub bangs the cabinet during the spin cycle even though the load is balanced, you might need to replace the snubber ring in the base of the washer.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less
How to replace a laundry center washer lid lock switch

If the washer fills but won’t start the agitation cycle, the lid lock switch could be defective.

Repair difficulty
Time required
 15 minutes or less

Articles and videos common to all laundry centers

Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your laundry center.

June 5, 2018

Displaying error codes on Kenmore and Frigidaire laundry centers

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Step-by-step directions for entering the diagnostic test mode.

October 26, 2016

How to repair broken or damaged wires video

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Learn how to repair broken, frayed or damaged wires in your appliances.

January 18, 2016

How to use a multimeter to test electrical parts video

By Sears PartsDirect staff

Learn how to use a multimeter to check for wiring problems in an appliance that's not working