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Re: Maytag Neptune Stackable washer continues to fill...
If the machine continues to fill even after the power has been switched off, this sounds like a stuck inlet valve.
To identify the valve, look at your model in the "parts store" section of Maytag's website. The valve is item 21 on the "Control Panel, Top & Lid" drawing.
From the drawing, the valve looks like a fairly standard item; I suspect you might get something suitable a bit cheaper elsewhere.
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Is this happening after it has not been used for a while. If so you have a fill valve slowly bleeding some water in. Almost like a dripping faucet. The only way to fix it is to replace the valve. If you want to check it turn the breaker off to the unit when not in use to see if if still fills up. If so you know it would have to be the valve.
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.