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My maytag neptune TL when it gets down to 12 minutes left it starts flashing dc and wont finish the cycle, what is wrong?

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You could have a Clutch malfunction if the machine is a FAV6800A or FAV9800A. If that is you r machine type see this post. Clutch Fix

Post back of you have questions.....Rich

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If you get no help at this forum Google This ""Neptune TL Washer FAV6800AWW""

5th post down you will find the SM and support for the "DC and UC" unbalance error codes. Good luck..............DH1200s

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Let me know if I have any questions on what need to be done......Rich

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If you have error codes to the display when the machine fails in the last 11 minutes (I believe start od spin cycle) can you let us know what those error codes are?


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Fix the Clutch malfunction and you can wash a single sock or a load of blue jeans and you will not take the dc or UC unbalance errors. See this post for the fix.

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