If your Amana washing machine is skipping wash cycles, this easy-to-follow guide will give you steps on how to fix it…
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Amana Washing Machine Is Skipping Wash Cycle — Solved
If your Amana washing machine is skipping wash cycles, it indicates that the control board is damaged. Here are the steps you’ll need to take to replace the control board in your Amana washing machine…
How To Change A Failed Control Board In Amana Front Loader Washing Machine
Replace a damaged control board in your Amana front loader washing machine using the following steps…
Step 1. In order to prevent electrocution , make sure your washing machine is disconnected from the electrical outlet before starting this repair.
Step 2. Loosen the bolts at the back of the machine securing the top panel. Pull the panel backwards then lift it off the cabinet.
Step 3. Pry the plastic cap off the control board at the side of the cabinet. Take note of the positioning of the wire attached to the control board and disconnect each on.
Step 4. Using a flat-blade screwdriver, pry the control board off the side of the cabinet, then discard it.
Step 5. Take your new washing machine control board out of its packaging. Snap the new board into the slots on the cabinet.
Step 6. Plug each wire harness into its appropriate terminal on the new boar. Secure the wires in the retainers.
Step 7. Put the top panel back onto your machine and apply the bolts at the back to secure it.
Step 8. Connect your washing machine back to its power supply and make sure the issue has been fixed by running a wash cycle.
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How To Change A Failed Control Board In Amana Top Loader Washing Machine
Change a damaged control board in your top loader Amana washing machine using the following steps…
Step 1. Prevent electrocution by ensuring that your machine is disconnected from the outlet before starting.
Step 2. Insert a tool such as a putty knife underneath the two corners of the control panel (this will release the two retaining clips).
Step 3. Lift the top panel and set it on the cabinet. Pull the water pressure switch tube off the port on the control board.
Step 4. Unplug all the wire connectors attached to the control board (ensure that you note where each one goes).
Step 5. Using a Philips screwdriver, remove the screws holding the control board to the panel. Lift the panel and pull the selector knob off. Discard the old control board.
Step 6. Take your new control board out of its packaging and mount it on the control panel. Secure the new board by applying the Philips screws.
Step 7. Lift the control panel and snap the selector knob onto the shaft. Connect the air pressure hose to the port on the new board.
Step 8. Plug each wire harness into its corresponding terminal on the new control board. Lift the control panel and snap it back into the cabinet.
Step 9. Plug your washer’s power cord back into the electrical outlet and test the machine with a wash cycle.