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Maytag Atlantis 7600 spin cycle (top load)

I pushed the lid switch with a screwdriver and watched. The wash cycle is fine. The rinse cycle won't dispense the softener, but the water drains. The spin cycle doesn't move, even though it sounds like it is. The clothes are dripping wet.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    my maytag legacy washer will advance through all cycles and at the end wash water is still in it if i move it back to rinse manually it will drain and spin then fill for rinse cycle and then i have to move it back manually to begin spin cycle it drains and spins fine then all hoses are clear and pump works fine

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    Load is wet after spin cycle

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The maytag runs in one direction for wash. it reverses to drain and spin - check for a broken or loose belt. maytags I have run into circa 1989 have two belts. as for the softener dispense, there may be a solenoid valve that is supposed to open. may be just a flapper type of valve. softener goes in by gravity feed.

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