Question about Maytag Washing Machines
If the machine is not over filling, your drain hose may be too low, allowing water to run out of the machine, otherwise, if the machine is indeed over filling, it is most likely that the pressure switch is bad, or the pressure switch hose is damaged or came off of the switch itself. You can check to see if the pressure hose is still attached by opening the top control panel, taking the pressure hose off the switch, and blowing into the hose, if you have air resistance, and/or can hear the water bubbling in the machine, the hose connection is ok, the switch is most likely the problem. Of course, it's always best to just dismantle the whole machine and check it out, but I'd try that test first.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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