Question about Maytag MAH8700A Front Load Washer
My washer has an error code of 2E and will not even go into service mode. Is the board for the keyboard done or any suggestions. thanks John
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The first time my E2 code came on the washer won't rinse or spin. I checked the drain pump to make sure it was working. (1) Take the back off and pull the two drain lines off pump. Be careful the line going to the drain has a backflow flap, make sure you don't tear it.
(2) On the other side where it drains from the washer to the pump is where I found a bobbie pin that had collected lint and was blocking the drain flow.
When it can't drain the E2 code comes on to let you know it won't rinse or spin.
Make sure to unplug machine before removing back,
Hope this helps everybody with E2 problems.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
SOURCE: od code
od code is supposed to mean that lid has not been opened for the last 3 completed cycles. Also, apparently you tried the service mode and found the door lock to be working. So, unless the problem is with the electronic board itself the only other thing that could be happening is a faulty sensing switch at the door lid or a bad connection to it. I would try shorting the leads from the switch and see if the problem goes away. Then you might just need a new switch.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: Maytag neptune error code d5
there is a small button on the inside edge where the door closes, it was broken off since there was nothing there I didnt see it.It was only a hole where the button was.So I had to get a new button and replace it.
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
The "nf" code is a "no-fill" fault. This indicates that your washing is not getting water supplied to it, or the pressure isn't substantial enough to complete a fill. You need to, first, make sure the water supply is turned on. Second, if the water IS turned on, and you're still not getting anything to your washer, you may have a fill valve problem. The fill valve is what both your hoses connect to on the back of the machine. It can become clogged with sediment over time (especially, if you have hard water or well water). Turn the water supply off and remove both hoses from the back of the washer. Check both these hose connections for clogs in the filter screens. If they are clear, then more than likely the fill valve has gone bad. I hope this helps you.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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