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Maytag vaccuum line, drain washer and reset

My Maytag was overfilling I checked vaccuum line and it was unattached at the tub i pluged it back in with the tub still full of water.When I turn it back on it keeps overfilling.How do I drain tub and reset washer?

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    Got it,Thanks Bob

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This is not so difficult as it looks
turn off the taps
unplug the washer
open the back of the control panel
pull off the pressure line
blow in it till bubbles are heard in the tank, the line is now empty you dont have to blow very hard
cap the line with your thumb
quickly reattach the line to the level sensor without letting air escape
close the panel
plug in
pressure sensing will be correct if no air escaped

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Hello there :
I am hoping that i am reading this right it looks like you said a fl error right and if so please read this whole solution that i have provided below

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