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broken Washer MAH4000AWW Maytag Neptune

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#1 Kelly Edgar

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Posted 11 March 2012 - 07:28 PM

not working : model MAH4000AWW Maytag Neptune bought new in 2000

I removed & repaired and reinstalled the water pump. That was relatively difficult to twist it off from the bottom of the washer frame. Once in my hands...I was able to open the pump. I discovered...the o-ring sucked off internally and wrapped around the impeller. The washing machine still does not work. I turn it on and the thing beeps a few times then turns off. Checked the C-11 transistor on the motherboard...its fine. I have the original WAX Motor...without the black plunger.

Wondering if this unit has a filter that I can remove/repair & reinstall?

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