Question about Maytag MAH6500 Neptune Front Loading Washer w/Built in Water Heater
The washer begins a cycle, sounds like it is trying to fill but does not. There is water in it, it tries to wash, runs for about 10 minutes and the clothes are not even wet. The symbol nF comes on. We have checked the water lines and connections, they are correct. The water comes through the line and into a bucket but does not seem to be getting into the washer. The set-up is new so the problem has to be in the washer. There is no kink in the line.
Check if you have power to the inlet solenoid/valve where the hose connects to the machine. There is a thin tube running from the outer drum at the back of the machine to a pressure switch. This pressure switch controls the water level in the washer. Remove this tube from the pressure switch and blow back into the machine. There could be a blockage in the tube. To check if the pressure switch is faulty, pull the tube off the pressure switch and let the machine fill. If the machine fills to a high level, switch it off before it overflows. Replace the pressure switch.
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
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