We recently went out to an Amana washer, and the unit diagnosed itself as a speed sensor. From there, we are a little at a loss. One of our senior technicians believes it is a shift actuator.
Can you please advise as to what we should check, and how we test the shift actuator to see if it’s good?
Hello, the “shift actuator ” is the “speed sensor” (by another name) . Replacing the actuator/sensor should resolve your issue, however I am attaching a “speed sensor” (shift actuator) diagnostic and troubleshooting service pointer and also the complete tech sheet for your unit. All information on diagnostic procedures and testing along with corrections regarding your issue are spelled out in great detail in these 2 attachments .
- Sam, Ace Appliance answered 5 years ago
- last edited 5 years ago
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