I just plugged in my brand new washer. It will only select the "Delicate" and "handwash" settings but none of the others. These settings work, but I would prefer the other settings too. Anyone hear of suc like this?
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After determining that the washer is plugged in, the drain hose is free from kinks, the "No spin" option is not selected and the washer door is securely closed, the cycle should be reselected to see if the washer will spin. If this does not solve the problem, it is advised to contact a trusted repair service. Problems with the lid switch assembly, drive belt, drive pulley, drive motor, tub bearing or transmission can also cause a Maytag washer not to spin. These repairs should be carried out by a professional.
If the washer is spinning but clothes are still wet at the end of the cycle, one should ensure that the washer is not overloaded or unbalanced and that the correct wash cycle is selected. Delicate or handwash cycles spin at a lower speed, resulting in wetter clothes
i assume the majority of the water is being pumped from the machine? if the clothes are very wet check your "fabric Select" setting and ensure you are not wahing on delecate handwash or wool wash (knits) setting, in this setting there will be a very slow or no, spin so the clothes will not stretch and have to be laid out to dry this is normal. if you are on a Permpress or regular setting the spin should be faster, also check your cycle selection is for Regular or permpress and spin is not missed .
is it IE or LE please confirm it.if it is LE code the fixing procedure is given belowThis usually happens if you're washing on a delicate setting with a moderate load of clothes. Apparently, delicate also means very few items to wash. To clear the LE code - no need to unload the clothes: 1. Press the power button to turn the washer off. 2. Press the power button to turn the washer back on. 3. Cycle the spin cycle selection to 'no spin'. 4. Press start. The washer should set to one minute, lock the doors, then drain out the excess water. Once the 'End' cycle comes up, unplug the machine for several minutes. Plug the washer back in, press the power button, then set the washer to 'normal' with 'low' spin setting. Note that the only difference between the normal setting and delicate is the wash time and spin cycle speed. If you have a moderate to large load of delicates, use the normal setting on low spin cycle. The clothes really don't care. Also, make sure you're using 'HE' detergent - low suds. Regular degergent in a front load is not recommended.
The steam will only run on certain cycles. If you look at your dial you will see a pink line which indicates which one. Your unit does have a recirculatting pump, maybe you are confusing the two. One way to check is to run a delicate cycle. During the operation press the wash/rinse and soil level buttons together. Hold them, a display will pop up with readings in the second coloumn, and second row it will display the tempurature of the steam generator in ceilsus. This will confirm whether or not it is on.
Is it brand new?? if it is the factory did not align the knob (dial assy) properly with the main computer, and on top of that all the cycles you think you are selecting really isnt that cycle at all!! It is two back from full left or right whichever way is not fully extending. It is quite frustrating for me to get it back right when i replace the main computer! The first one or two took me a while to get it right again.
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