Yes, it is inside the front washer lower front panel. Turn off poawer to unit and change w/ 1Amp 250V (regular of slow-blow). Then try only opening washer lid door with full dial pushed in (that would be the 'off' position. Only open/close lid w/ dial in off position. If washer works normally, may have a temp solution. Mine started this way, but ultimately the double relayed door lid switch was going bad and I had to replace it. Instructions/pictures below. Good Luck
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No power to the washerMake
sure there's power getting to the washer. Check for a tripped circuit
breaker or a blown fuse. Check the wall socket for power. Sometimes the
power cord disconnects at the washer, if this is the case, the wiring
must be repaired or replaced.
Lid switchThe washing
machine may not function if the lid switch is defective. The switch is
usually located near the door. Replace if found defectiv
HI. thanks for the question. you have a blown fuse ,inside the washer. remove the front panel. on the left ,you will find a small glass fuse .check that. if its failed you will be able to see, that the small metal strip inside the fuse is broken , if so replace the fuse. thanks the appliance doc . please rate my answer.
go to your fuse box if 220 flip both switches if fuse engaged there will be like a red line or fully difused down to show that fuses has been triped
if 110 your going to be flipping switches alot cause 110 runs both motor and guages together and over power is usually the cause of this
220 circuit one 110 runs the guages and the other 110 runs the motor and heater core
also washer wont run with out the water being on saftey feature
If the machine continues to fill even after the power has been switched off, this sounds like a stuck inlet valve.
To identify the valve, look at your model in the "parts store" section of Maytag's website. The valve is item 21 on the "Control Panel, Top & Lid" drawing.
From the drawing, the valve looks like a fairly standard item; I suspect you might get something suitable a bit cheaper elsewhere.