Microwave door switch. This switch is normally open. When the microwave door is shut, the door switches close to send power to the microwave. If this switch fails, the microwave will not start.
Push to start switch
Secondary microwave door switch. Switch contacts are normally open
Control switch for 2,600 Watt surface element. The surface element switch sends voltage to the surface element coil. If the switch is defective, the surface element will not work.
Two wire door switch for interior light
Dryer rotary start switch. If the start switch is defective, the dryer won't start. To determine if the start switch is defective, use a multimeter to test it for continuity.
Refrigerator light switch. This switch activates the refrigerator light when the door is open. It also prevents the dispenser from working if the door is open.
Lid switch and wire harness assembly. The lid switch assembly prevents the washer from spinning if the lid is open. If the washer won't spin, but will agitate, the lid switch might be defective.
Door switch, monitor (normally closed)
Door switch primary interlock
Control switch for small surface element. The surface element switch sends voltage to the surface element coil. If the switch is defective, the surface element will not work.