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Ah thats usually a sign of a bad water inlet valve not to costly and not to difficult to repair somes a bad water pressure switch will also cause an overfill however when power is off that will stop the overflow so we know its ur inlet valve
Posted on November 16, 2012
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Every Maytag appliance, including Oversize Capacity Plus and Quiet Plus appliances such as washers and dryers, is manufactured with a product label that displays details about the appliance such as its model and serial numbers. The model number is typically located on the top left corner of the label.
Although the location of the product labels varies by appliance type and model, finding the model number for your Oversize Capacity Plus and Quiet Plus appliance shouldn't take long. Maytag only attaches the product label to certain areas of an appliance.
*Open the lid on your Oversize Capacity Plus or Quiet Plus washer and look for the product label on the inside bottom right corner of the lid.
*Check for the label behind the control panel on the top back of your washer.
*Look on the back main portion of your washer, also known as the base frame, on the left.
you need to level the unit and then lock the jamb-nuts between the leveling legs and the bottom of the units base structure,use a level and check the top,then level the unit as best as possible,per the floor grade,then tighten the jamb nuts to keep them there
Please keep in mind, I'm attempting to diagnose your unit without being there and with very little information.
From my experience, I would think you have a bad belt. They get stretched over time and start squealing in the spin cycle. If you don't change it, it will make a noise in every cycle until it comes off. NOTE.
When changing belt. Check and be sure the pulleys have no play on their shafts. They also go bad. It's better to fix it all now than one to have to repair four or five times this year. Good luck!
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this black soot like substance is the motor carbon brush dust. i would get the motor brushes replaced and clean off all the dust from the pulleys and also replace the belt as it has been slipping on the dust.