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    Maytag washer, few years old, nice unit so far. I notice every so often doesn't spin out final rinse, the extra rinse cycle I mean you have to select. Mess with it and it goes, anyone see this before, don't tell me it's the tranny, I have changed them before, matter of fact on old Whirlpool washer I did it twice cause they sold me the wrong one, that was fun.
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    Maybe it's the tranny.

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    You need to call a pro. No DIYer's here! Read the forum rules!! Before you get kicked outta here!

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    It's the thermostat.

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    Let your wife show you how to operate the washer machine.

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    Call a pro to fix it, don't be a DIY.
    Better yet hire a chinese laundry.

    I used to work on those and it sounds like the timer to me.
    Make sure the drain hose enters the drain pipe at a level higher than 36 inches from the floor AND that air can enter the drain pipe, otherwise it can siphon out intermittently...

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    have you changed the filter??

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    I bet

    the superheat is wrong.

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    Wait for the convention and make it hands on trouble shooting project after the three minute super heat lecture. This will all take place Saturday morning at 8:00 A.M. sharp after the Friday night social. I'm sure all minds would be nice and clear at this time to give you true customer satisfaction.

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    Thats what happened to my maytag chicken plucken mechine.
    Wouldn`t pluck on second cycle. I called washing mechine charlie & the maytag five.

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    Think "timer"
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    That what ya get Popa Dice, for washing out Jack's blankets in your own machine!






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