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Maytag Neptune stackable MLG2000AWW washer not draining completely, clothes wet after spin cycle. Water appears to go out drain hose at normal volume during wash and rinse cycles. Can see water level in hose moving upward during spin but not high enough to reach drain. Have removed hose and drain boot, nothing obstructing. Checked impeller and pump is spinning freely.

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You put the detergent directly on top of the clothes.

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING STUCK IN PUMP

Posted on Oct 24, 2007

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You have to make sure your self if water is getting through the hoses first.Remove the hot& cold hoses on the back of unit.Make sure there isn't a clog in side of the water valve screens ,if so clean them.Still not filling?Possibly a blown fuse.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Clothes remain dripping wet after the wash cycle is complete.

I assume you have removed the lint filter at the bottom of the machine and cleaned it out to make sure the pump is not stalled on a 1 pence or bra clip. Can you hear the motor start to spin? If not its probably because the water level switch is gunged up at the bottom of its rubber tube where it comes from the drum. Remove the top of the machine and locate the pressure switch - usually a round black or white device about 80 to 100mm across with a rubber pipe on a small spout 8mm diameter. Take the pipe clip off using pliers to compress it and move it back down the pipe. Remove the pipe and blow hard down the pipe to try and clear the blockage - you will hear bubbles blowing in the bottom of the drum water. Also you could very very gently blow into the switch stub pipe and listen for it changing over - clicks usually twice each way - blow - two clicks, release - two clicks. Restore swtch pipe and try the machine again. Good luck.

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Strange growling sounds on rinse and spin cycle

I would check the motor control board located near the floor on the right side for burnt components. The motor is a 3 phase unit and if one of the phases are working the motor will growl and won't be able to supply the proper torque.

See www.neptunehelp.com for disassembly photos and for more info on the faulty door latch wax motor.

Posted on May 23, 2009

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