Question about Maytag LSE7806A Top Load Stacked Washer/Dryer
It seems the water level per washer load is lower than it used to be, is that something you have heard of before?
Not in the way you have described!...LOL. Seriously though, I can only discern that if you have selected the maximum water level available, then you are overlaoding it and need to remove enough items so that when the washer agitates, the clothes will circulate down and around the agitator, reappearing up at the top in different quadrants of the wash tub. This is true with any level you select. Another guideline to help choose the water level is to keep the items at or below the 3 oblong vertical hole slots in the side of the agitator. Then choose small, medium, or large water level.
If that doesn't help, then post me back with a more definitive description of the issue you are experiencing and any negative results you are having concerning the issue..
Good luck Dan!
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Posted on Jun 12, 2008
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