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It won't drain so the pump is not working and if it does not spin then there is a problem with your transmission. You did not mention hearing any kind of noise so I will assume that the motors don't work. I think it is cheaper to replace than to repair. Good Luck
Unit will not run till most of the water is gone so the pump probably has something it it . Remove front panel(two screws in front at bottom ) lift top by depressing clips in seam between top and front panel lean back. Push down on front panel and remove . You will see pump
sounds like you're suffering from the pump belt either stretched due to overload and overheating the belt, or the belt is off the pulley. You can remove the front cover by removing two screws near the bottom of the front panel. Tip the bottom of the front panel outward and then disengage the upper clips as you pull forward. This exposes the pump, motor and you can reach underneath to the pulley and the belt. The motor spring holds the tension on the belt. If the belt is damaged, replace. Check the pump to make sure nothing got sucked inside... Maytag's pump are opaque plastic so you can see inside without removing the hoses... This is usually the reason for a tub that won't spin or drain... Good luck let me know.