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Maytag Washer MHWE 301 front loader E2 and F3 codes

Maytag frontloader E2 runs through cycles empty

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#1 KeithR

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Posted 15 December 2013 - 12:50 PM

We have a stacked washer/dryer - the washer is putting out a code E2 and F3 - starts to go through the wash cycle and stops.  There is some water seepage.  Unfortunately I can't get to the back of the unit because its stacked.  I checked the front filter underneath and removed some junk and gunk.  Wife doesn't overload the detergent - uses HE detergent.

Noticed that the washer seems to go through regular cycle when not under load, the minute there is a small amount of clothes in  the machine - balks.

Any ideas?  Thanks.  Does anyone have a manual for this machine...



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