Recently moved and the movers were rough on the machine getting it out of it's nook.
was on it's side for a bit.
Back tot he problem.
The machine has a light humming/buzzing sound when it is turned on.
The cycle does not begin.
When the dial is turned to spin the machine spins, but as I said before the machine does not fill with water.
I checked to see that the faucet was turned on propperly.
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a broken spring in the drum support. Any moves like yours the drum should have been packed out to prevent any movement.
Look for a rubber buffer ( some models) it may also be missing. The spind cyle is more continuous in its direction of movement than a wash cycle back and forth which places foorce on the weaker side. It might even be possible to get this fixed unde3r warranty if you don't say YOU moved it 600 km over bumpy roads. It's only just started to do this. right? wink wink!
Maytag uses an auto balancing mechanism, based on the rear legs. These legs should move freely. Lay the machine on its side, and try to move the rear legs. If they won't move and appear rusty, then spray penetrating oil on both legs and move them until they move freely.
During the spin cycle if your cloths are too heavy on one side you will get this problem, reposition the cloths and it should cure the problem, at least thats what I do when my machine gets to shaking.
suspect what ge call a mode shifter pull front panel off by sliding putty knife along edge at each side and pressing clips front comes right off look on motor for a flashing green light (washer must be in operation) there are 2 wires in a single plug on motor these run back to transmission area with a volt/ohm meyer unplug and ck between the wires for continuity should be roughly 90 ohms if bad will not show any continuity
Travioso, there was two service flashes out on this model concerning the seal and bearing which means they had an issue with this washer. The howling noise you are hearing is the bearing and will need the new designed triple seal and bearing kit. This should be covered under your warranty, I believe it is 5 years. The numbers for the service flashes are TDL-0048A-B. Call Maytag and inquire about these service flashes, these should be covered. Catriver.