Question about Maytag Neptune MAH5500B Front Load Washer
My MAH5500B just quit spinning and I found the out of balance switch was stuck in the depressed position (out of balance). This switch gets used a lot in this model. I flicked it a few times and it popped open to the undepressed position and the washer spins again. I am going to replace it because it will probably stick again now that it has started. The switch is mounted front, center, and bottom after removing the front panel. You can wiggle the tub around and see how the switch comes into contact with the bottom of the cabinet when the spin load is out of balance, which is almost every load!!
Posted on Aug 03, 2007
Ladymaid, nf is the error for no fill. There could be a bunch or reasons for this but because you just moved I'm suspecting that a harness came loose on the control board or the motor control. First of all, and Im sure you did, make sure both water valves are on to the machine. If you are sure of that, press the delicates and heavy soil keys together for 3 seconds. Now you are in the service mode. In this mode press wrinkle free key, cold water should start entering. Press the cotton sturdy and hot water should flow. To exit the test mode, either unplug the machine or press the delicates and heavy soil again for 3 seconds. If the washer still does not fill, some complicated test will have to be run. Let me know, Catriver.
Posted on Jun 29, 2007
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