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tommy3sons

Member Since 10 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Jun 30 2014 04:08 PM

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In Topic: Maytag washer model# MAH6500AWW is leaking water from the top of the drum aft...

21 January 2013 - 11:07 AM

Thanks for the info.  Im gonna try that and hopefully put this thing to bed so to speak.   


In Topic: Maytag washer model# MAH6500AWW is leaking water from the top of the drum aft...

20 January 2013 - 12:32 PM

Thanks for the post.  I'm wondering if there is anyway that I can test each valve with a multitester to determine which one needs to be replaced.  Can someone post a link or something.  Thank you in advance 


In Topic: Maytag washer model# MAH6500AWW is leaking water from the top of the drum aft...

19 January 2013 - 11:56 PM

Well thanks for the reply...just heard from the owner and she is besides herself with anger.  She tried to do a simple load of wash on the normal cycle and nothing out of the ordinary about it.  When the load was done (43 minutes) she opened the washer and the whole thing was filled with water.(Arrrgh) and it came pouring out all over the place.  She put it on "Spin" and it pumped all the water out.  So she slammed the door shut in disgust.  

 

She came back to it in 15 minutes and tried to do a smaller load like 12 minutes.  So here is what happened with the second trial: Now she said that the quick cycle just ended and that water is still flowing out of the top area where the fabric softener / detergent is supposed to go. And when she opens the door, there is still water puddled in the bottom of the drum and water is "raining down" inside from the top of the drum.  NOT from the tiny holes on the inside of the drum.  Does this make any sense? Shes gonna try another spin cycle to see if she can get the water to evacuate the drum.  I'm baffled...  what could be causing this thing to be such a beast?  I need some serious help from you wise ones out there to get this thing to stop.  Any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated by both myself and my Pastors wife and family 


In Topic: Frigidaire Gallery Dishwasher Model # FGBD2431KBO

18 February 2011 - 02:04 AM

Thanks forthe input...I'll check it first thing in the morning and see if that helps..

In Topic: GE Profile Frig side by side #TPH21 PRISM WW

30 August 2010 - 06:52 PM

Thank you for your input...I will check it out at my next opportunity...I hope that this might fix the problem...


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