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Anon, washer manuals can b had at links below, 1st link is Maytag and should be free just punch in your model#.
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"lc" may mean "load capacity" meaning too much weight in the drum. Wash time may be variable, and the load amount too! Experiment with you "wash time" feature, it may be for lighter loads ONLY. Get a user guide for your machine would be my call.....
I saw no off balance switch on this washer and don't remember seeing one when I have worked on them. If no codes have come up on the display( very important to remember) I would be looking for user error. Very small loads, dissimilar weight items(sheet with some towels etc) Check the user guide for possible reason why.
have someone get the codes out of it if any are in the computer.
the rotor position sensor is sometimes a problem,and recently I
found the rotor retainer bolt loose causing a weird issue.