Question about Maytag Washing Machines
Take off your hoses and check filters for sediment build up. If this is ok, you may need to replace the water inlet valve.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
Your timer is bad on that cycle. It is okay to use on regular cycle, but I would not use it on the delicate cycle, or will you burn up your timer. You should be home when using this, so if it does act up you can catch it.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
The only other thing it would check is your pressure switch. This will case a no agitation issue. If you remove clear pressure switch tub from the tub and blow into it you should hear a click from the pressure switch. With power your motor may agitate. Also check to see if the tube is clogged. If the issue is not in your pressure switch then i would have to assume the problem is in the timer. If you can read the schematic (usually located behind the control panel you could check to see if you timer is sending 120v down to the motor.
Hope this helps _MJ_
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
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