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Dear rxpert. I have washer Maytag Neptune Model MAH5500BWW Model 67787785ZH. After, The washer completed the Work, that still have water inside of washer (I hand to turned the basket inside the washer I hear water noise still inside). Can you tell me what wrong, And My sister had One that also had a same problem. Thank you Very much.

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This is actually normal. It is normal to have water between the wash basket (stainless steel tub) and the outer wash tub (plastic). There shouldn't be a problem unless the water is excessive enough to pool inside the wash tub itself or overflow onto the floor. You will always find a small amount of residual water between the tubs. Don't waste your money on a service call unless you absolutely have to.

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