I have a Maytag Neptune that I've been very happy with. This weekend, it developed a problem where it doesn't empty out at the end of a wash cycle. If I open the door, water pours out.
If I select just the spin cycle, it will drain and then spin. Sometimes I need to do 2 spin cycles to get it totally empty.
Any suggestions? I'm going to open it up tonight and check for debris/clogs in any of the drain lines, etc.
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You have a Series 10 machine 1st two digits of your s/n. Seems like you have the Service Manual or troubleshooting guide.....can't get that from Servicematters any more I feel you have some drive system binding. I helped a owner on another forum similar problem.Google this "Neptune TL Spinning Issue Will Not Proceed". Did a lot of up front testing in the end he ended up replaceing the Outer Tub Bearings, the Clutch Pulley. Start by opening the washer lid and see if you can rotate the wash basket with one finger in the CCW Spin direction.There should be only slight resistance to rotate the wash basket CCW.During the 1st water fill of the wash basket the Control Board will spin the wash Basket slow rpm you can enter Service Mode and observe the rpm on the LED console. Next start a Quick Spin test and note the highest RPM range the machine will spin up to.Looking for Outer Tub Bearing resistance. I would suggest another DIY forum to work thru this issue if you are going to DIY.This forum is hit and miss we posting pics and e-mail notification for support......Rich
Hello there The LR error on your non-spinning Maytag Neptune is usually, though
not always, accompanied either by a burn spot or a blown fuse on the
Motor Control Board.
Burn Spot on a Maytag Neptune Washer Motor Control Board (click to enlarge) Blown Fuse on a Maytag Neptune Washer Motor Control Board (click to enlarge)
Either way, it means just one thang: a new motor and motor control board kit are in your future.
Check your exit hose spigot, it may be clogged. This is if your filter is all clean (ref manual, it may not be there, they want a tech to come by to make more $). There should be air for passage in the standpipe behind. Your hose should not fit airtight into the standpipe and neither too deep into it (4 to 6 inches maximum) Of course some direct the hose into sink, fine. Snaking out your standpipe would be good too.
Rate me nice or not at all. Happy spinning! Nice to watch the machine spin, not your head!