In December I installed a new Maytag Neptune washer (MDL 6800AWW) and
dryer. Until recently everything was fine. The washer is now stopping
in mid-cycle - not completing the spin, so water remains. I've
followed the code displayed (dC) and re-distributed the clothes. The
same happens on any cycle,even with small loads. Water remains,
clothes not spun. It will not finish just a spin cycle.
Any ideas? Would the drain hose to the wall require an arch or loop
or does the pump force the water the the wall drain?
I can shoot the thing! Thanks...
I vote for shooting, since you're up for it. I've been doing this to
electronic gadgets and small appliance that had been a thorn in my side
since the 1970's. It's a hoot and feels reeeeeeal good too. I got my
daughters hooked too. I do suggest that you start with something a bit
smaller and easier to dispose of.
I understand that there was a class action lawsuit regarding this unit.
Google for it.
Where I am we have over 3,000 Maytag fridges that had to be
post-install warranty serviced, and there are still problems.
We are in the largest Public Housing Developemnt in N.A.
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