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Post# 1137859   12/30/2021 at 12:40 by Ultramatic52 (Mexico City)        

Hi everyone. Does anybody around here have the wiring diagram for a
AWN542SP111TW01 Speed Queen washer. I would really appreciate your help!!!

Iīm upgrading a AWN412SP111TW01 and converting it to a AWN542 model, but I only need the wiring diagram to achieve this.


Post# 1138466 , Reply# 1   1/5/2022 at 05:16 by chetlaham (United States)        
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I remember a YouTube vidoe where they were talking about diagnosing and testing timer/motor issues with an AWN-542 schematic.

BTW, I've planned on doing the same for a while. Can you post pics? Where did you get the timer and control panel?


Post# 1140232 , Reply# 2   1/24/2022 at 11:32 by Ultramatic52 (Mexico City)        
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I canīt find the video you said. But I contacted someone that I hope is willing to help me on sending the pictures of the wiring diagram and the physical diagram of the control panel. Speed Queen uses two wiring harnesses, one for the control panel that plugs to the one on the lower part of the machine.

So I just bought all the parts needed for the control panel.

Here is a list of the parts I had to replace/add:
- Speed switch 35118 (for the speed combination)
- Timer 37922P (1)
- Screw 23962 (2) for the speed switch
- Control Knob 803119P (1)
- Rocker switch 38424W (1) (for the extra rinse)
- Graphic Panel 202076W (1)
- Hood wire harness 201853 (1)
- Control Support panel 201654 (1)

There is a business here in Mexico that sell various brands of laundry equipments and parts, so I order all the parts through them.

As soon as I get the wire diagram, I will do the repair and take/post pictures.


Post# 1140260 , Reply# 3   1/24/2022 at 16:52 by chetlaham (United States)        

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I looked for the video, but no luck either. I'm guessing it was either taken down or has some obscure wording sequence in the title that the search feature is not fetching.

I wish washer diagrams were more accessible. I never have been able to figure it out. They should be free to view, as they have to be.


Post# 1140291 , Reply# 4   1/25/2022 at 01:48 by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        
Out of curiosity

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Why do you want to swap out the control panels?

Post# 1140301 , Reply# 5   1/25/2022 at 08:28 by Ultramatic52 (Mexico City)        
Out of curiosity

Because the model I own doesnīt have speed control and 2 rinse option (Model AWN412), and by upgrading to AWN542 model, I will be able to control the agitation/spin speed with an independent knob in every cycle + controlling a second rinse, which I generally never use.

Post# 1140452 , Reply# 6   1/27/2022 at 00:17 by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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Ah okay, that makes sense.


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