Blown Fuse on a Maytag Neptune Motor Control Board

by Samurai Appliance Repair Man on February 1, 2008

in Washer Repair

Fuse on a Maytag Neptune Washer Motor Control BoardNot to be confused with the famous burned R11 on the Machine Control Board, this little nasty is on the board down inside the machine, below the drum. You can’t just replace the fuse– nawsir, you ain’t gettin’ off that easy…. or cheap. You’ll need to replace the motor and motor control board upgrade kit. Yessir, it’s just one of the many exciting common problems included with these washers at no additional charge!

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