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Maytag CWE9000ACE Timer
What is the timer/clock part number for the Maytag CWE9000ACE Range?
The CWE9000ACE Range uses timer part number ERC-4713-11.
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CWE9000ACE are also sometimes referred to using these Alternative Names/Model numbers
Whirlpool CWE9000ACE Range, CWE9000BCB, CWE9000DDB, CWE9000CDB, CWE9000BCM, CWE9000BDB
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I have an electric wall oven model CWE9000ACE and none of the buttons are responding when I press them. The power is on and the clock is illuminated and keeping correct time. The cancel button beeps when I press it but nothing else responds or makes and sound when pressed. Any thoughts?
I have a 1994 Maytag wall oven (Model CWE9000ACE). Recently, it has not cooked very well as it seems the temp is not hot enough even though the display says it is. Food is not being done when it should be. Time to replace or can this be fixed w/o too much cost?
my maytag oven displays in the window F2 and beeps every few minutes very loudly and and it feels like cool air is comming out of the oven
dbl circuit not getting electricity. why? is this a control panel problem or an oven sensor? or something else.
My Crosley CW6000w washer shakes allot during the spin cycle, even with a small/medium size load. It never reaches full RPM so it leaves the clothes wetter than it used to. During the spin cycle, the tub always appears to be out of balance. With a heavy load, the tub move so much that it seems to be banging against the cabinet. The machine sits level on a concrete floor. When the spin cycle starts, the tub turns slowly, as if a clutch is slipping, and makes a slight roaring sound. The roaring sound goes away once the tub starts spinning at a medium pace. What parts are most likely to be causing the out of balance spinning and the slower than required RPM? The snubber & springs? I'm also looking for a site to download a service manual for this model but have not found it. HISTORICAL INFO (that may or may not be relevant): A few years ago, I had a problem where the water wasn't completely spinning out. I notice a lot of white plastic shavings under the machine and assumed they were from
30 inch maytag wall oven model #cwe9000ace actual temperature is lower and inconsistant with the temperature selected
Upper oven will not cook. When "cook time" or "broil" or "oven temp" buttons are pushed "door" shows up in the display and the oven will not turn on. I have reset the breaker(left off overnight), didled with the door latch mechanism, and messed with a micro switch that seems to work with the door latch, but still will not cook. The self clean cycle will work. The clock works. The bottom oven works. I took the control panel out and did not see any loose circuits. I took the door off and reinstalled with no change. Any ideas on what could be wrong?
Hello, My washer wil fill with water and will attempt to start the agitate cycle. I removed belt and checked transmision which is fine. with the belt removed the motor will start then imediately stop. No contact on the motor ohms to ground all seems fine on it. Now im familiar with hvac and refrigeration but never have seen much action on washer clocks and motors. The washer will spin out just fine. This does not seem like motor protection causing the issue but i may be wrong. Any help to light my way is greatly apreciated
I know this may seem like an obvious time to replace an over, but I'd like to try and find a replacement part (listed as not available online) for my Maytag oven. The oven itself still looks and performs like it's brand new, but the control panel has been behaving rangenly lately. Every now and then it just beeps and flashes the cook time set or time set controls. Between times it operates fine and I'm able to set the oven temperature and it heats up with no problem. But on a couple of occasions I would hit the temperature set button and nothing would happen, I wasn't able to set the temperature. Before that condition is permanent, I'd like to find out if there is anywhere out there online where old parts (as-is or reconditioned are available). I'd rather keep this one going because it's still in mint condition and am a bit freaked out at the idea of trying to find another oven that will fit into the existing cut out and not make for a horrible cut/paste/patch experience. Sure it's kin
The F1 code comes on plus a beeping
Original problem was that when bake temp button pushed, oven begins to warm up (starts at 100 degrees) but after a few seconds oven turns off. Recommendation was to replace temp sensor which I did. Problem is still the same, except that if I repeat hitting the bake temp button before it turns off, I the oven evently gets to 105 temp and stays on until it reaches desired temp. At this point oven works fine and can set all clocks and reset temp. When I finally turn off by hitting cancel, oven beeps a few times and a code appears on digital readout the code is F-1 Need assistance
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