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My Maytag Ultimate Care II (2) Does not drain. I checked and even changed the water pump and the timer.

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Old 01-12-2013, 09:14 AM
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My Maytag Ultimate Care II (2) Does not drain. I checked and even changed the water pump and the timer. The pipes are not clogged because water would drain when I lie the hose flat on the ground.

The washer agitates but when it comes to draining the water, it does not drain and just sits with a tub full of water. When I select rinse on the timer, it will fill the tub (after I manually remove the water by placing the hose flat on the ground) but it would not spin. Any ideas on what could the repair symptom be?

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Does the motor hum during drain/spin? If not, does this washer normally agitate with lid open? If it does, then I suspect the lid switch. If the motor just hums, sounds like a gearcase issue.

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Thanks Fairbanks. There's no humming from the washer when it is time to drain the water. The washer agitated when the lid switch is set to close. It agitated when I remove the lid switch from the machine so I tried a direct wire to connect the 2 live circuits of the lid switch. Any ideas, so you think I should get a new lid switch? Any other things I should look for?
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I need the model number of the washer, meant to ask before.

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