Question about Maytag MAH2400A Front Load Washer
You have already analyzed the cause of the problem. That makes the fix much easier. Trace the hose that leaked by to your machine. There you will find that the hose is connected to a plastic solenoid valve. (A solenoid valve is merely an electrically powered diaphragm valve that is either open or closed). Disconnect the power to the washing machine. You can remove and disassemble the valve, getting down to the diaphragm and clean it, but for the time and cost, it will be probably easier and more effecient to replace the solenoid, and repair the other at your leisure. Any appliance parts supply house should be able to provide the part you need, at a low price.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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