there is a brown residue all over the floor under and on the tub , water pooled on the floor and the belt wont stay on it looks like its in good shape but as the wheel starts to cycle back and forth it works itself off. what do you think? jimmy
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Test the lid switch Test the timer control Test the centrifugal switch Test the water level switch Inspect the motor coupler Inspect the drive belt(belt drive only) Inspect under the washer for soot (clutch) Test the motor Inspect the pulley Test the transmission
Check this parts this are the some cause to not spinning.
two problems here,
your shaft seal is running on its last leg
the sound is unmistakeable and always described the same...
the water issue, you probably have a trickle leak through the cold water valve
the mixing valve is quite an easy repair, but I would have to say with all honesty, it probably time for a new machine
the hub seal is a tub replacment call
2 hrs of labor if hes good
and the tub runs around 500.00 dollars
sory for the bad news
That is a tough one, especially since you indicate that the bearings are okay. The belt not wanting to stay on a Maytag Neptune washer usually does not bode well. It is usually an indication that the drum bearings are shot. Look for brown splatter on the back of the drum and the inside bottom of the washer. The presence of any brown discoloration is a pretty good indicator that the bearings are going. Anyway, hope this helped, sorry for your problem, and best wishes.
Have you changed your door latch wax motor yet... If you have the brown actuator pin then you want to chuck that wax motor out of there quicker than spit! You want the redesigned wax motor with the black actuator pin. I know of folks where the wax motor failure caused the timer and /or water valves to act up... See www.neptunewaxmotor.com for disassembly photos and other Neptune information.
This is actually normal. It is normal to have water between the wash basket (stainless steel tub) and the outer wash tub (plastic). There shouldn't be a problem unless the water is excessive enough to pool inside the wash tub itself or overflow onto the floor. You will always find a small amount of residual water between the tubs. Don't waste your money on a service call unless you absolutely have to.
It is the drain pump and motor assembly that does not remove the water from the tub. Althought it spins, water is not sucked out of the tub. Try replacing the drain pump and motor assembly. Part no. 22003059.