Maytag Centennial Washer Won't Start Wash Cycle
Maytag Centennial Washer Won't Start Wash Cycle. If it does not recognize both water supply hoses are turned on, the control detects a problem with the water pressure sensor. Visiting the in laws for the holidays and their maytag centennial.
Plug the washer back in and lift and lower the lid 6 times within a 12 second period.you have 30 seconds to start lifting and lowering the lid.the lid must be raised a minimum of 2 ensure the magnetic connection on. If it goes bad the machine will not agitate. First problem was that it would wash a load but not spin it out.
This Problem Happens Due To A Siphoning Effect When The Standpipe Is Below 30 Inches In Height.
Unplug or disconnect the power for about one minute, and plug the washer back into the outlet. Here, your maytag washer won’t fill with water because water is continuously being sucked out by gravity through the drain hose. To determine if the lid switch assembly is defective, use a multimeter to test each of the lid switches for continuity.
Lift And The Lower The Lid Six Times Within 12 Seconds.
To determine if the water inlet valve is defective, use a multimeter to test it for continuity. Link the information and document as a save a call. Some are mechanical switches others are magnetic.
If Washer Does Not Automatically Start, The Process Is Complete.
Press the start button once. Plug the washer back in. Fills fine, but then won't agitate and the timer will not advance.
See If The Power Turns On And Start A Washing Cycle.
Check first to see if it’s plugged in. To be sure, take off the drain hose from the back of the washer. Please make sure both inlet hoses are connected, and both hot and cold water supplies are turned on.
If The Drain Hose Is Clogged, It Won’t Spin Or Rinse.
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