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Member Since 09 Jun 2006
Offline Last Active Nov 27 2012 01:13 PM

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Belt Installation on Maytag washer MAH4000AWQ

26 November 2012 - 07:59 PM

After I diagnosed a spinless drum on my frontload Maytag washer MAH4000AWQ I pulled the back cover and found the drive belt off. After putting the drive belt back on and inspecting the belt as i spun the drum by hand I noticed the belt is tracking toward the plastic tub and actually rubbing on the tub. Any suggestions on the belt versus tub or belt tracking would be appreciated. I do not want to put the washer back in service with the belt problem as is.

I paid more for this washer than any other appliance I have except the dishwasher (she is a fiesty brunett that is impossible to diagnose). My wife washed a cat in this front loader. Put clothes in the washer left the door open to look for more clothes and threw the additional clothes in and closed the door.The cat did not fair well. Maybe the washer is doomed.

Kickin' my Maytag Neptune Washer to the curb - quiet replacement?

25 November 2012 - 02:45 PM

I am readyy to kick my Maytag Neptune Front Loading Washer to the curb. Anyone have a suggestion for a quiet front loader as a replacement? Need a quiet machine since my laundry room is adjancent to my den. The Maytag sounds like a Boeing 747 winding up when it goes into the full speed extract cycle. I have done a self repair on the main control board on the washer in the past. A couple of days ago the neptune started making an unusaul noise going imto the spin cycle and now does not extract water. I do not want to waste any more time or money on it.

Any advice on what brands or models I should consisder or avoid would be appreciated.

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