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How do I troubleshoot Maytag 2015 Centennial Top-Load Washer that is displaying F3 E2 error code?

The water valve assembly has a water temperature sensor in it. The main electronic control board and the water valve assembly are connected by a wire harness. Attach the loose wires. If the wire harness is damaged, you need to replace it. The water valve assembly should be replaced if the wiring is OK.

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