Maytag Neptune MAH8700AWW won't drain all the water
My washer is about 2 years old. Washed several loads that day. On the last load code nd came up. Finally got the door open and there was still water inside the barrel (about half a gallon). We cleaned all the hoses, underneath and around the washer. We are not getting a backfill, it just won't completely drain. I'm hoping that because it's not very old that the pump should be ok.? If it is the pump, where is a parts number to call? Guess I don't have to worry about buying another since there is no more maytag. I came from their hometown.
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The ND error code on a digital Neptune front load washer. The ND code means 'No Drain' and it is probably just something caught in the pump. Sometimes this is a early sign of the pump going out or a control board issue.
I would first check the drain stand pipe to see if it is clogged in any way. You can watch it during a drain cycle, assuming your washer is draining, and see if it backs up in there. The next area I would check is the drain hose itself. Make sure it is not kinked, or blocked either. You can check for blocks by pulling the hose off and running a semi rigid object through it. A close hanger, straightened out will work most of the time. If all is clear, and you are not getting any other codes on your display, then the pump is the next thing to check.
Yes maam, I sympathize with the situation. The "nd" code on the Neptune is usually a pump related issue. Check the drain line for kinks first, and then the pump will have to be checked. No matter how diligent we are, inevitably hard objects like pins, coins, etc., make it into the washer. Remove the hoses from the pump and using a flashlight, look into the suction port and check for any obstructions. Also check the pump impeller for any broken/missing blades and ensure that the impeller spins freely. If any blades are broken/missing or if you cannot get the impeller to spin freely, the pump is defective. Hard objects that make it to the pump can damage the impeller blades on the pump. Sorry for your trouble and I hope this helped. Best wishes.
replace water valve if its filling while not being used. if u hear the water in the tub but noty seeing it thats normal they water in them always. as far as mold u can buy some affresh its a cleaner for the frontloads