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The arm does not move as the program does not engage the WASH cycle and it seems that the program controller unit is a suspect. You can remove the connectors and connections to the controller after noting the details and reset, If the fault repeats then the controller is a suspect. Check motor free movement, check if motor hums, if so check and replace the motor capacitor.
OK it may be one of 2 things. I would check the lid switch first. On some maytags the have a lid switch that if it is not working properly it will not let the washer fill. If it will not fill the washer will not wash because the pressure switch did not activate the timer to wash. If the switch checks good you might have a bad timer. If you open the control panel you will find a tech sheet with the wiring diagram. I would follow the fill cycle and check the components. You might also check the water valve to make sure its ok too. But its very rear that both the hot and cold would go at the same time. Good luck!
Since you know about the lid and check switches, they are located under the splash (control)panel. unplug the machine and remove the screws holding the panel on. Using a meter check the switches for continuity and replace if they've gone bad.
Sounds like a winding on the motor is burned out or the timer is defective. The motor uses a low power circuit during the delicate cycle both during wash and spin. The timer selects which winding is energized (fast or slow).
Pt, Should be a yellow wire from the water level switch according to the diagram I have. See if it has 120V to motor when full. Just take it to ground. Same with the lid switch in closed position, it shows here as yellow, but could be grey, these diagrams are not always accurate. I think you have a level switch or lid switch problem. Check for voltage to the motor when it should be agitating. Catriver..post back.