Washer motor control board. This part contains the board, bracket, tape and screw mounted on control. NOTE: This part is often misdiagnosed. Please enter your appliance model# into our Repair Help section for additional repair help.
Motor control board - Does not contain bracket, screw and tape. NOTE: This part is often misdiagnosed and requires electrical testing with a volt/ohm meter to determine if it is defective.
Washing machine user control board. No longer comes with housing. This control board regulates the washer's filling, washing, spinning, and draining functions. Be aware this part is often misdiagnosed. Test it with a multimeter to determine if it Is defective.
Washer timer assembly. The timer controls all of the functions of the washer. If the timer is defective, the washer will not start. Pull out the plastic shaft behind the timer to release the timer knob.
Washing user control board (or control module). The control module is often misdiagnosed as the problem. First test more commonly defective parts. To determine if the control board is defective, consult your washer's wiring diagram and use a multimeter to test the control board for continuity.
Washing machine user control board.
Timer, washer. NOTE: Timers are often misdiagnosed. Visit our Repair Help section of the website for additional repair information.
Timer. NOTE: Timers are often misdiagnosed. Visit our Repair Help section of the website for additional repair information.
Motor cont board, no housing