Technical Information – Stacked Washer/Dryer

Technical Information – Stacked Washer/Dryer
Technical Information – Stacked Washer/Dryer
MLE19PNAY*, MLG19PNAW*
• Due to possibility of personal injury or property damage, always contact an authorized technician for servicing or
repair of this unit.
• Refer to Service Manual 16009423 for detailed installation, operating, testing, troubleshooting, and disassembly
instructions.
!
CAUTION
All safety information must be followed as provided in Service Manual 16009423.
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
Models
MLE19PNAY*, MLG19PNAW*
WASHER:
Power Source
Voltage AC
Fuse Requirement
Spin Speed
Capacity
DRYER:
Power Source
Voltage AC
Fuse Requirement
Motor
Airflow
Exhaust
Gas Rating (MLG Model)
Electrical Rating (MLE Rating)
Capacity
Cabinet Dimensions
Height Overall
Width
Depth
Weight
Crated (lbs/kg)
Uncrated (lbs/kg)
Makeup Air
Static Pressure
January 2004
120 VAC
15 Amp
800 r.p.m. (200 g’s)
2.9 cubic feet (0.08 cu.m).
Gas - 120 VAC, Electric - 220 VAC
Gas - 15 Amp, Electric – 30 Amp
¼ HP 120 Volt
220 cubic feet (60.2 cu.m.) per minute
4” (10.2 cm) diameter rigid aluminum duct
24,000 BTU/hr. for the drying chamber
5900 watts (6300 watts including washer)
6.0 Cubic Feet
71.5” (112.1 cm)
27-3/16” (69.1 cm)
27-1/2” (69.9 cm)
335-lbs (152-kg)
303-lbs (137-kg)
Requires 36 sq.inch
Should not exceed .92” or less than 0 water column inches
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Component Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
Diagnostic Mode:
This mode is entered by depressing the WASHER KNITS & DELICATES for 1 second while in any of the set-up
codes one through six, anytime a diagnostic code is present, or while dAS displays if operating with Maytag Data
Acquisition setup.
On entry to diagnostic mode the entire display will flash, a cycle in process is cancelled, money in escrow is cleared,
and diagnostic codes are cleared. If a diagnostic code persists, it must be corrected before the following cycle
options are permitted.
Procedures to initiate cycle activity from diagnostic mode are as follows:
1. Washer Field Diagnostic Cycle - With the entire display flashing, the cycle is started by depressing the
WOOLENS key pad. This cycle provides a quick verification that the cold and hot water valves, dispenser
valves, pump, motor, and door lock are working. It is also a method to quickly get into a drain and spin to
remove water from the machine if desired. Pressing the WASHER KNITS & DELICATES key pad will cancel
this cycle and exit the diagnostic mode.
2. Washer Cycle Credit - With the entire display flashing, a cycle may be credited by pressing the WASHER
PERMANENT PRESS keypad (CC will display). When the service mode is exited “SELECT CYCLE” will be
displayed unless the end-of-cycle door opening is required.
3. Washer Operational Diagnostic Cycle - With the entire display flashing, this cycle is started by pressing the
WASHER WHITES keypad. This cycle provides more typical full length fills, tumbles, and drains allowing for a
more thorough analysis of machine operation including pressure switch behavior.
4. Dryer Field Diagnostic Cycle - With the entire display flashing, this cycle is started by pressing the DRYER
PERMANENT PRESS keypad. The cycle consists of seven minutes of heat and one minute of cool down. The
DRYER WHITES & COLORS keypad will increment the diagnostic cycle minutes up to 99, then roll over to 2
minutes. Pressing the WASHER KNITS & DELICATES keypad will cancel this cycle and exit the diagnostic
mode.
Diagnostic Codes:
If the set-up mode is entered and one of the following has occurred, the appropriate diagnostic code will be display.
d1 - Dryer door sense error on control board or due to power line interference.
d2 - Washer door sense error on control board or due to power line interference.
d4 - Dryer motor control circuit error.
d5 - Blocked coin 1 or coin drop control circuit failure.
d7 - Slow fill detected during previous cycle.
d8 - Last drain was slow.
d9 - Voltage detected below 90vac for 8 seconds.
d10 - Washer door lock sense error or due to power line interference.
d11 - Washer motor speed error detected.
d12 - Dryer motor sense error on control board or due to power line interference.
d13 - Blocked coin 2 or coin drop control circuit failure.
d16 - Not receiving communications from installed debit card reader in Enhanced (Generation 2) Debit mode.
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Component Testing Procedures
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
Washer Motor Phases
With the introduction of the sensorless motor, the motor phase test is no longer required. If the motor
Experiences a phase problem, the motor will not run.
Washer Motor & Washer Motor Control Test
1. Disconnect power to the washer.
2. Remove the front panel and pull the JP4 Connector from the motor control board.
3. Supply power to the motor controller with an external power cord.
4. The motor control will immediately execute a routine and the motor should run, rotating the spinner at 50 rpm.
5. If the motor runs and the spinner rotate at the proper RPM speed: the problem lies outside of the motor and
motor control circuit. Disconnect power to the washer and reconnect the JP4 Interface connector to the motor
control. If the motor runs and the spinner does not rotate: check for missing belt.
6. If the motor does not run:
A. The terminals in the 6-position connector on the Motor should be the same height. Remove the connector
and replace the motor if any of the connectors are pushed into the motor.
B. If no damage is present, check motor windings for any open circuits. Replace motor if necessary.
C. Check the 10-amp fuse located on the control board, either visually or with an ohmmeter. If bad, replace
motor control/wire harness assembly completely.
D. If the fuse is functioning, check the six semiconductors on the heat sink visually for any damage. If
damaged, replace motor control/wire harness assembly completely.
7. Unplug the washer power cord and replace motor control board connector JP4 when finished.
GRAY
BLACK
WHITE
BROWN
-3-
-2-
-1-
GRAY
-6-
-7-
GREEN
-5-4-
MOTOR CONNECTOR
155-195
OHMS
January 2004
3
6-7.5
OHMS
16022935 Rev 0
Wiring Diagram
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
MLG19PNAW* SCHEMATIC (Lower Washer)
GN
MOTOR CONTROL PWM
GROUND
MOTOR CONTROL TACH.
PRESSURE SWITCH
-20.7 VDC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
-8.5 VDC
-8.5 VDC
LOWER WASHER
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
9
LOWER
INTERCONNECT
CAP (RH)
10
11
12
13
STRUT DISPL. SWITCH
14
15
GN
MOTOR CONTROL
DOOR LOCK SWITCH
FAB. SOFTENER
HOT WATER VALVE
GND
MN4
WH
MOTOR
PRESSURE SWITCH
GROUND
BK
COLD WATER VALVE
N
BLEACH
WH
1
BR
2
3
BK
4
GY
6
5
GY
WH42
7
GN
JP4
8
T
GN
PUMP
L1
WH
YL29
RD30
BU47
WASH LEVEL
34-NO
COM
NC
BU
COM
NC
BU
32-NC
PU
LOWER TUB
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
6
7
8
9
LOWER
INTERCONNECT
CAP (LH)
10
11
DOOR LOCK WAX MOT
12
DOOR SWITCH
MOT CNTRL L1
15
13
14
FULL
12-NC
DOOR LOCK
SWITCH
WATER
VALVE
RD
YL
COM
YL
CAPACITOR
GND
NO
WH
FAB. SOFTNER
PU
PK
BK
NO
WH
GY
COM
WH
DOOR SWITCH
BLEACH
BU
COLD
OR
NC
HOT
CAPACITOR
WH
COM
63719440
DOOR LOCK
WAX MOTOR
BR
NC
WH
OR
WH
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5
BR
14-NO
GY 11-COM
OR
STRUT
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
4
RINSE LEVEL
COM
INERTIAL
UNBALANCE
SWITCH
3
FULL
31-COM
PU
UPPER TUB
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
2
PRESSURE
SWITCH
PU
PK
1
4
DRAIN PUMP
BK
January 2004
Wiring Diagram
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
TRANSFORMER
MLG19PNAW* SCHEMATIC (Upper Dryer)
GN
1
2
3
4
5
YL
BR
BU
6
5.3 VAC
YL
1
YL
BU
2
BU
WH
3
WH
RD
4
RD
TRANSFORMER
PLUG
5
20.8 VAC
BU
6
BU
WH
7
WH
RD
8
RD
26 VAC
BK
7
8
10
PU
11
PK
PU
YL
12
OR
BK
7
3
YL
8
9
BU
WH
PK
BK
YL
12
BR
13
14
15
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
RD
GY
BB7
1
4
2
5
3
6
CONN
AA7
YL
11
10
10
GY
BK
EXTERNAL DEBIT
CARD CONNS CONN
AA2
CONN AA3
2
1
2
YL
CONN
BB6
BB1
3
6
GY
BK
5
4
3
2
CONN
AA4
2
1
4
3
1
1
YL
BK RD
GY
BR
PK
BU
BK
AVAIL 4
AVAIL 3
PK
AVAIL 2
7
AVAIL 1
6
BATTERY
(OPTIONAL)
CONN
AA10
5.7 VDC
UPPER
INTERCONNECT
PLUG (LH)
4
ENABLE 2
ENABLE 1
5
CONN
AA12
3
(-)
4
2
CONN
AA5
2
2
4
3
RD
PU
OR
1
1
CONN
AA8
WH
1
3
5
1
YL
BU
CONN
EE1
6
2
GN
TRANSFORMER
PLUG
(OPTIONAL)
OR
MACHINE
CONTROL
8
4
15
BK
-20.7 VDC
14
(+)
13
COIN 2
SENSOR
9
COIN 1
SENSOR
UPPER
INTERCONNECT
PLUG (RH)
RD
BK
PK
OR
140°
CYCLING
TH’ST
63719440
240°
HI - LIMIT
TH’ST
BR
RD
155°
CYCLING
TH’ST
PU
DOOR
SWITCH
THERMAL
FUSE
OPEN
WH
BU
OPEN
N
L1
L
BK
OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR
GY
BK
YL
R
U
N
RD
BU
CENT
SWITCH
BU
BK
BK
RD
2
BU
WH
BK
DM
RO
I T
VO
ER
1
YL
RADIANT
SENSOR
S
T
A
R
T
GAS VALVE
ACCESS
SWITCH
IGNITER
RD
OR
CLOSED
N
GND
GY
CLOSED
HOLDING
COIL
BOOSTER
SECONDARY
COIL
COIL
RD
GY
BK
UPPER DRYER - PN
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
January 2004
5
16022935 Rev 0
Wiring Diagram
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
MLG19PNAW* WIRING DIAGRAM (Lower Washer)
GN
RD 30
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PU 15
PK 1
9
10
11
12
13
OR 40
DISPENSER
VALVE
CAP
BR
12
1
4
2 3
GN
BU
47
OR
52
WH 57
BK 35
YL 33
BR 14
BU
GY 37
BK 7
BU
NC
INERTIAL
UNBALANCE
SWITCH
OR
41
BU
CO M
NC
COM
LOWER TUB
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
1
2
3
4
PK
1
11 12
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
WIRE INSERTION SIDE
N UMBER S INDIC ATE LOCATION OF WIR E IN HOUSING
BU 9
WH 36
PK 5
BU 9
YL
22
CO M
NC
OR 41
BU
PK 1
STRUT
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
PU
2
2 3
OR
52
GN
5 6
4
BU
9
WH
36
7
PK
5
BK
35
YL
BR
33
14
11 12
8 9
WIRE INSERTION SIDE
PU 15
DOOR
SWITCH
DOOR LOCK
WAX MOTOR
BR
14
BK 44
GY
37
1
BK
GY
7
37
14 15
OR 40
NC
PU
11
12
BU
LOWER
INTERCONNECT
CAP (LH)
RD
17
YL 22
UPPER TUB
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
5 6
8 9
7
PU
15
YL
29
OR
40
14 15
RD 17
PU 2
OR 52
YL 22
PK 5
BU
15
RD
30
GN
PU 2
COM
14
LOWER
INTERCONNECT
CAP (RH)
NUMBERS INDICATE LO CATION OF WIRE IN HOU SING
YL 29
BR 12
BU 47
1
14
11
GND
GY
21
WH 13
31 34
BR
12
32
PRESSURE
SWITCH
WH 57
GY
21
PU 11
LINE
CONNECTOR
BK 44
COM
GN
MN4
BK7
WH36
WH39
GN
GY
GY
BK
WH
BR
WH
13
WH
39
YL
33
RD 17
NO
DOOR LOCK
SWITCH
BK
35
DRAIN
PUMP
BR
WH
BK
GY
GY
GN
63719440
WH42
JP4
YL29
RD30
BU47
LOWER WASHER
WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
MOTOR CONTROL
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January 2004
Wiring Diagram
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
MLG19PNAW* WIRING DIAGRAM (Upper Dryer)
GN
UPPER
INTERCONNECT
PLUG (RH)
1
2
3
4
5
RD 30
YL 29
BR 12
BU 47
6
YL
BU
7
11
PK 1
BR
12
3
BU
WH
RD
BK
12
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
INLINE
CONNECTOR
1
2
3
4
WIRE INSERTION SIDE
7
8
9
10
11
12
10
BU
9
9
YL
22
PK
5
BK
35
5
OR
52
7
PU
2
6
RD
17
BR
14
4
3
WH
54
2
BU
16
YL
65
CONN
AA8
BB7
1
CONN
AA5
CONN
AA12
CONN
EE1
CONN
AA7
CONN
AA10
YL
34
GY
37
RD
32
GY
6
YL
29
PU
15
YL
43
BU
47
BR
12
PK
60
OR
40
BK
55
RD
30
GY
6
BR
51
CONN 2 4
AA4 1 3
YL 64
2
1
4
YL 18
GY
BK
37
7
15 14
BU
56
6
WH
36
RD
48
WH
49
1
YL
22
RD
4
WH
3
2
RD
17
3
MACHINE
CONTROL
(OPTIONAL)
CONN
BB6
YL
34
CONN AA3
654321
CONN
AA2
21
BB1
3
BK 35
1 2
3 4
YL
33
COIN 2
SENSOR
1234
11
BR 14
GY 37
BK 7
5
BR
14
7
YL 33
8
12
PK
5
WH
54
1
9 8
BATTERY
(OPTIONAL)
BK 35
2
4
GN
WH 36
PK 5
3
6 5
BU 9
4
BU
9
RD
7
15
1
RD
RD 17
PU 2
OR 52
YL 22
13
14
PU
2
WH
8
UPPER
INTERCONNECT
PLUG (LH)
3 2
BU
WH
5
6
OR
52
2
GN
OR
40
15 14
BU
3
YL 18
YL
33
YL
4
PU
15
11
PK
1
5
OR 40
1
15
8
7
12
11
8
1
12
BU 16
WH 49
RD 48
7
8
13
14
9 8
PU 15
2
BU
47
4
9
10
3
3
6 5
RD
30
2
4
1
GN
YL 65
BU 56
WH 3
RD 4
1
1
2
WH
RD
5
3 2
BK
6
YL
29
8
WIRE INSERTION SIDE
BK
7
BU
46
EXTERNAL DEBIT
CARD CONNS
PK
60
BR 51
140°
CYCLING
TH'ST
GY
50
PK 1
WH
36
240°
HI-LIMIT
TH'ST
THERMAL
FUSE
GY 6
GY
31
155°
CYCLING
TH'ST
RD
32
L
G
2
1
IGNITER
BK
19
WH 24
INLINE
CONNECTOR
N
BK 53
GN
BU 38
YL YL
64 34
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ACCESS
SWITCH
63719440
7
UPPER DRYER
PN WIRING
CONNECTION
DIAGRAM
RADIANT
SENSOR
RD 23
BK 27
BU
46
BU
62
POWER
CORD
OR
52
OR
52
DOOR
SWITCH
N
BK
55
YL
43
PU 20
RD
61
LI
COIN 1
SENSOR
BK
25
WH 26
WH 28
GAS VALVE
16022935 Rev 0
Wiring Diagram
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
MLE19PNAY* SCHEMATIC (Lower Washer)
GN
MOTOR CONTROL PWM
GROUND
MOTOR CONTROL TACH.
PRESSURE SWITCH
-20.7 VDC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
-8.5 VDC
-8.5 VDC
LOWER WASHER
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
11
12
13
STRUT DISPL. SWITCH
BU
RD
YL
JP4
9
10
GN
PRESSURE SWITCH
GROUND
GN
GY
GY
BK
WH
BR
COLD WATER VALVE
N
BLEACH
WH
15
LOWER
INTERCONNECT
CAP (RH)
DOOR LOCK SWITCH
FAB. SOFTENER
HOT WATER VALVE
WH
14
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
PUMP
L1
DOOR LOCK WAX MOT
WH
BK
MN4
DOOR SWITCH
MOT CNTRL L1
10
11
12
13
14
15
GN
MOTOR CONTROL
PU
WASH LEVEL
34-NO
31-COM
PU
PK
COM
NC
BU
COM
NC
BU
PU
UPPER TUB
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
LOWER TUB
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
FULL
BR
FULL
YL
CAPACITOR
DOOR LOCK
SWITCH
GND
WATER
VALVE
RD
YL
COM
NO
WH
PU
FAB. SOFTNER
PK
BK
COM
NO
WH
GY
DOOR SWITCH
CAPACITOR
WH
BLEACH
BU
COLD
OR
NC
HOT
WH
OR
COM
NC
STRUT
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
DOOR LOCK
WAX MOTOR
BR
WH
OR
63720100
16022935 Rev 0
32-NC
RINSE LEVEL
14-NO
GY 11-COM
12-NC
COM
INERTIAL
UNBALANCE
SWITCH
LOWER
INTERCONNECT
CAP (LH)
PRESSURE
SWITCH
WH
8
DRAIN PUMP
BK
January 2004
Wiring Diagram
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
UPPER
INTERCONNECT
PLUG (RH)
1
2
3
4
5
TRANSFORMER
MLE19PNAY* SCHEMATIC (Upper Dryer)
GN
RD
YL
BR
BU
6
BK
5.3 VAC
YL
1
BU
2
BU
WH
3
WH
YL
RD
4
RD
TRANSFORMER
PLUG
5
20.8 VAC
BU
6
BU
WH
7
WH
RD
8
RD
26 VAC
BK
7
8
PU
PU
PK
YL
12
OR
BK
MACHINE
CONTROL
7
3
12
13
14
15
(-)
10
9
8
7
6
WH
PK
5
4
3
2
1
RD
CONN
AA10
BB7
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12
CONN
AA12
RD
GY
1
4
2
5
BR
CONN
AA7
3
6
BU
BK
PK
BK
YL
BR
YL
GY
1
YL
2
BK
3
CONN
BB6
RD
EXTERNAL DEBIT
CARD CONNS CONN
AA2
CONN AA3
BB1
CONN
AA4
2
6
GY
BK
5
3
4
2
2
1
4
3
1
1
YL
BK
GY
AVAIL 4
AVAIL 3
UPPER
INTERCONNECT
PLUG (LH)
AVAIL 2
11
BU
AVAIL 1
9
10
GY
RD
4
ENABLE 1
8
3
BATTERY
(OPTIONAL)
5.7 VDC
7
2
ENABLE 2
6
2
YL
5
4
4
CONN
AA5
1
3
5
1
3
2
1
CONN
AA8
WH
RD
PU
OR
1
CONN
EE1
6
2
GN
TRANSFORMER
PLUG
8
4
15
BK
OR
-20.7 VDC
14
(+)
13
(OPTIONAL)
11
COIN 2
SENSOR
10
COIN 1
SENSOR
9
YL
PK
WH
PK
OR
140°
CYCLING
TH’ST
WH
RD
WH
THERMAL
FUSE
HEATER
OPEN
RD
WH
CLOSED
OPEN
YL
RD
HEATER
RELAY
GY
GY
THERMAL
FUSE
PU
200°
HI - LIMIT
TH’ST
GY
OR
CLOSED
YL
ACCESS
SWITCH
GY
OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR
W-BR
BK
S
T
A
R
T
DM
RO
I T
VO
ER
HEATING
ELEMENT
R
U
N
RD
YL
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CENT
SWITCH
2
155°
CYCLING
TH’ST
BK
BK
RD
UPPER DRYER - PN
ELECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
WH
1
PU
YL
BU
YL
BU
L1
L
63720100
9
L2
N
DOOR
SWITCH
GY
WH
N
BK
16022935 Rev 0
Wiring Diagram
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
MLLE19PNAY* WIRING DIAGRAM (Lower Washer)
GN
RD 30
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
PU 15
PK 1
9
10
11
12
13
OR 40
14
15
LOWER
INTERCONNECT
CAP (RH)
NUMBERS INDICATE LOCATION OF W IRE IN HOUSING
YL 29
BR 12
BU 47
RD
30
BR
12
1
4
7
DISPENSER
VALVE
PU
15
GN
CAP
PK 5
BU 9
WH 36
PK 5
BU 9
OR
52
WH 57
BK 35
YL 33
BR 14
BU
COM
GY 37
BK 7
BU
NC
INERTIAL
UNBALANCE
SWITCH
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
COM
NC
COM
LOWER TUB
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
CO M
NC
UPPER TUB
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
OR 41
PK 1
8 9
PK
1
11 12
OR
40
WIRE INSERTION SIDE
LOWER
INTERCONNECT
CAP (LH)
RD
17
OR 40
NC
STRUT
DISPLACEMENT
SWITCH
PU 15
PU
11
12
BU
5 6
14 15
YL 22
BU
BU
47
YL
29
YL
22
OR
41
BU
BU
1
NUMBERS INDICATE LOCATION OF WIRE IN HOUSING
RD 17
PU 2
OR 52
YL 22
PU 2
2 3
GN
DOOR
SWITCH
DOOR LOCK
WAX MOTOR
BR
14
BK 44
GY
37
14
11
31 34
1
PU
2
2 3
OR
52
GN
4
5 6
BU
9
WH
36
7
PK
5
BK
35
YL
BR
33
14
11 12
8 9
GY
BK
7
37
14 15
BR
12
32
GND
GY
21
WH 13
PRESSURE
SWITCH
WIRE INSERTION SIDE
WH 57
GY
21
PU 11
LINE
CONNECTOR
BK 44
COM
GN
MN4
BK 7
WH 36
WH 39
GN
GY
GY
BK
WH
BR
RD 17
NO
DOOR LOCK
SWITCH
WH
13
WH
39
YL
33
BK
35
DRAIN
PUMP
BR
WH
BK
GY
GY
GN
MOTOR
CONTROL
WH42
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YL29
RD30
BU 47
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LOWER WASHER
WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
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January 2004
Wiring Diagram
!
WARNING
To avoid risk of electrical shock, personal injury or death; disconnect power to washer/dryer before servicing,
unless testing requires power.
MLE19PNAY* WIRING DIAGRAM (Upper Dryer)
GN
UPPER
INTERCONNECT
PLUG (RH)
1
2
3
4
5
RD 30
YL 29
BR 12
BU 47
6
YL
BU
WH
RD
7
8
1
GN
6 5
BU
47
4
9
RD
30
10
PU 15
11
PK 1
12
BR
12
3
4
5
5
6
6
7
14
INLINE
CONNECTOR
OR 40
YL
18
PU
15
PK
1
YL
33
GN
OR
40
15 14
1
2
3
4
YL
2
1
7
BU
BU
3
11
8
WH
WH
4
12
BU 16
WH 49
RD 48
7
8
13
15
9 8
3
4
BU
WH
RD
BK
2
5
3 2
YL 65
BU 56
WH 3
RD 4
1
1
2
RD
RD
8
YL
29
BK
RD 17
PU 2
OR 52
YL 22
5
BATTERY
(OPTIONAL)
9
BU
47
BR
12
PK
60
OR
40
GY
28
BK
55
RD
30
BK 7
YL
34
CONN AA3
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CONN
AA4
MACHINE
CONTROL
1
4
3
YL
43
6
2
1
BB1
WIRE INSERTION SIDE
GY
6
RD
24
YL
34
GY
37
CONN
BB6
RD
32
PU
15
CONN
AA2
EXTERNAL DEBIT
CARD CONNS
GY
6
2 4
1 3
21
GY
BK
37
7
15 14
YL 64
BB7
1
GY
20
YL 34
BK
35
WH
54
2
2
3
3
BR
14
4
CONN
AA10
YL
29
7
BK
35
6
RD
17
CONN
AA12
CONN
EE1
CONN
AA7
8
5
7
PU
2
CONN
AA8
11
YL
33
PK
5
WH
36
OR
52
CONN
AA5
12
11
9
YL
22
BU
16
YL
65
1 2
3 4
BR
14
7
10
BU
9
BU
56
1234
12
PK
5
YL
22
RD
48
WH
49
5
9 8
RD
17
RD
4
WH
3
8
4
GN
(OPTIONAL)
1
6 5
1
COIN 2
SENSOR
GY 37
BK 7
2
PU
2
15
3
BU
9
3 2
14
BR 14
4
OR
52
13
1
11
12
UPPER
INTERCONNECT
PLUG (LH)
WH
54
BK 35
YL 33
2
10
3
8
BU 9
WH 36
PK 5
4
7
5
6
6
WIRE INSERTION SIDE
COIN 1
SENSOR
WH 46
PK
60
THERMAL
FUSE
(HEATER)
YL
18
DOOR
SWITCH
WH
36
PK 1
WH 20
140°
CYCLING
TH'ST
GY
19
WH
46
1
2
L
N
BK
101
RD 32
YL
53
BK
25
BU
27
ACCESS
SWITCH
PU
23
200°
HI-LIMIT
TH'ST
YL
53
155°
CYCLING
TH'ST
PU
23
W-BU
55
HEATER
PU 26
WH
100
L2
N
TERMINAL
BLOCK
January 2004
OR
52
GN
YL
64
BK
55
HEATER
RELAY
RD
61
WH
20
RD 24
YL
43
THERMAL
FUSE
GY
31
OR
52
GY
28
L1
GROUND
STRAP
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UPPER DRYER -PN
WIRING CONNECTION DIAGRAM
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