Question about Maytag Neptune FAV6800AW Top Load Washer

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Wateroverfill Water starts filling again after the cycle ends and does't stop even with lid oper. Have to disconnect to get it to stop. Then will be o.k. for a while and then do it again. Also the the LED above OFF starts blinking when this happens.

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  • Abraham Holland Feb 15, 2008

    I could see that as the problem during a cycle, but why would the water start up again after the cycle is over? and shouldn't the open lid prevent power from going to the water valve?

  • Abraham Holland Feb 15, 2008

    Sounds more and more like an electrical problem caused by a faulty or intermittent board. Don't know what else would make it go bad sometimes but not always. Do you agree?

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Sticky level indicator...still a mechanical issue..check to see that it's not stuck or impeded(it's under the washer, up against the tub..usually on one side or the other.

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  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Feb 15, 2008

    it is most likely sending the correct signal, but that doesn't mean it's processing it properly. The interlock should defeat it, but that's no guarantee.

  • Patrick Michaels
    Patrick Michaels Feb 15, 2008

    sure..and that makes some sense. the level indicator, being mechanical, can be sending a clean signal, to a device board, that's unhappy. So, what usually happens with service calls, is that both are replaced in the field, and then tested back at the shop, to see which one was faulty.

    thanks for the Helpful vote


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