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There is a balance sensor in the machine that checks to see if the load is distributed for high speed, When that sensor goes bad, the machine wont spin the water out of the clothes. YOu need to check for spares
You have a vertical modular washer. And it keeps flashing because there was an error detected by the control board. Is it washing your clothes properly? Or is it leaving your clothes wet when cycle is completed?
Complete drain must occur before spin. A no drain situation would be an actual full pool of water seen in the bottom of the machine if all the cloths were removed, sounds like you are experiencing a spin enable switch failure, which mainly prevents final high speed spin leaving the cloths dripping wet. The spin enable switch contacts become tarnished/corroded over time resulting in poor connection. If the door lock light comes on than your door lock wax motor is working. The spin enable switch is the last switch to the right in the door lock unit where the light bulb is. Part# is 22002162. If there is an actual pool of water in the bottom of the machine as if you simply removed the cloths from the unit but left the wash water, than you should look first look to your drain pump for failure, or obstruction of foreign objects, or excess lint in the pump. Pleazer Appliance...
The timer is at fault. During the spin cycle the timer should send intermittent power to the water valve. This activates cold to help rinse soap residue from the laundry. If cold is continuous it means the timer is not breaking correctly.
The washer will not ever completely drain according to Maytag. A certain amount of water stays in the outter tub for balancing the machine for final hyper-spin. However if the machine is not spinning all of the water out and your clothes come out sopping wet....read the long thread I typed out to another person earlier.....it's about 2-3 questions up on the same topic
Watch the washing machine go through its complete spin cycle.(It could have a filter in the pump,check for water flow coming out of the drain.
Make sure the washing machine is fully leveled
with a square.
make sure you put fairly big loads to keep it balanced.
If the washing comes out wet on the final spin ,add some more garments and then put it on spin again as the w/m might be going out of balance.
Under the work bench on top some times there is a spring to adjust the tension.
about every five or six years the motor brushes need changing.