I have a maytag centennial mvwc6esww1 top loading washer. Last weekend it seems like the cycles don't line up with the knob. When I start the washer, instead of water first starting to fill and agitating shortly thereafter, they both occur upon start. Then after the spin cycle, the washer adds some water thus the laundry is soaking wet when the cycle is done. Seems like the water added in the end should have been at the beginning of the cycle...make sense?
You will want to test your pressure switch to make sure that it is good. If the pressure switch checks ok then you will need to replace the timer.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, April 30, 2013