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Member Since 07 Jul 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 07 2011 08:26 PM

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Soggy laundry from Maytag Centennial Top-load washer MVWC6ESWW1

07 July 2011 - 06:41 PM

I really just want to verify that the solution from this post will prolly also fix my problem before donating to the sud-the-samurais fund.

My issue is identical, but my model was off by one number (mine ends with 1 where his ended with 0).

Symptoms are as follows
  • starts agitating at beginning of cycle
  • fills for about half-a-minute at the end of all cycles
  • if I manually reselect the Normal mode spin cycle, clothes are spun without rewetting at the end
Seriously... Dection?

You can't just make up words. Wait, I made up gastraunt, so I guess you can. n/m...carry on

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