Question about Maytag Atlantis MAV6451 Top Load Washer
I'm facing a mountain of laundry...my son washed a mini load and I
didn't even think to check the setting since I never wash a small
amount of laundry.
Once the washer stopped in the wash cycle I noticed the smell like a vacuum cleaner having troubles.
I unplugged the machine and waited a few seconds then plugged it back in. I reset the dial so it would fill with the proper amount of water. I hope you're laughing now.
Of course I now have a washer full of water and cannot get it to drain.
Is there an easier method of draining than using a shop vac?
What are the chances that the belt is the major problem?
Thank you for any advice?
Hi thanks for the question well you could have apiece of clothing caught in pump byputtiing the hose in a bucket on the floor, it will drain the shop vac is cool then you can check the pump theres only 2 hoses and three bolts probably something in pump thanks the appliance doc
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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