Question about Maytag Neptune MAH5500B Front Load Washer
Our front loading Neptune was not spinning out all the water and leaving the clothes sopping wet. I took it apart and found coins, buttons and other items stuck in the pump impellar. I reassembled everything and when it runs through it's cycle now, it does drain the tub (as verified by watching output of water through drain hose) but it does not go into hyper-spin at the end. Is this some sort of safety reset after the impellar on the pump was restricted or timer problem now. I ended up taking it apart all over again just to make sure there wasn't a stray coin that I missed the first time, but it was all clear and I verified the pump does in fact drain the tub.
It's not supposed to. They all keep water in the drum after wash is finished. Was told by Maytag its to keep the balance of the spin cycle, like balancing a tire with lead weights.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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