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My washer tries to spin and agitate at the same time during some of the wash cycles. This results in water overflowing the tub on to floor. It does not do this on all the wash cycles and not all the time. It will also end the cycle on PermPress will the tub full of water. Any suggestions?

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SOURCE: Maytag won't agitate during wash

sounds like you have a broken sety fo brake pads, just replaced a set today for same reason, open the lower acess panel and with a flashlight look into the bottom , your lookin for brake pads( theyre probably broken and laying under unit.)

Posted on Apr 29, 2008

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SOURCE: washing machine problem

Patrich, basket spinning while agitating has to do with the brake system. You either have a broken brake spring, defective brake rotor, defective brake liner or warped stator. There are special tools needed to perform the repair as the spring is under a lot of pressure and could cause injury if not experienced. Catriver.

Posted on Jul 25, 2006

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SOURCE: washer leaking water on floor

Need to check drain pump and its hose connections. If its not from the drum seal then that's usually where the leaks occur.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Maytag LAT9706AAM Washer - Spin Cycle problems

If the timer is advancing but won't spin out, it is possible that the spin contacts inside the timer are faulty. A technician will normally isolate and confirm this diagnosis witth a special power cord hookup to the motor. From the way you describe your complaint, I feel that a timer would correct your problem.

Hope this advice is helpful!

Posted on May 27, 2008

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SOURCE: I own a Maytag Performa

sounds like you have a tub seal problem, which took out the bearings, I take it one buzy mom does lots of laundry! Maybe time for a new washer.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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