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Magenta#90

Maytag Neptune TL FAV6800A

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Fills the first time, in rinse mode shows "NF" code, isn't filling the second time. Possible bad Control or Bad inlet valve or pressure switch any advice , thanks

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Possibly plugged screen in fill valve on the cold side. On warm wash it fills with hot water but rinse it usually only fills thru the cold side and you wont get any water. Select cold wash and see if you get any water to fill.

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Please move this to the laundry forum.  Seriously, is everybody that blind or do you guys really have washers and dryers in the kitchen?

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Topic moved.   :geek:

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also there is probably different valves depending on wash and rinse for the different dispensing systems

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also there is probably different valves depending on wash and rinse for the different dispensing systems

There are secondary valves for the bleach dispenser & the softener dispenser but they serve to divert a portion of the incoming flow to flush the dispenser cup, not all of the flow.  Majority of the fill flow always runs through the detergent dispenser.

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