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    • Part Number: AP3967873
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My washer does not work on the heavy portion of the Normal cycle. If set on 9 minutes it agitates for 4 or 5 minutes then soaks until the rinse cycle. Does this sound right? My issue is that when i i set the timer to the 18 or 15 minute cycle, it just agitiates forever. Does not go to soak then rinse. What do you think is the issue?

Joe D. for Model Number Maytag MTW5840TW0

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Our Maytag fills up on the wash cycle and then stops the cycle. Agitator does not start. I replaced the timer. same problem. Note if I slam the lid, it will continue the agitator starts up and it runs through the comlete cycle. I replaced the timer because it seamed like that was the problem from past experience.

Jim L. for Model Number mtw5700TQ0

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When the final rinse cycle is entered, the water fills the tub and overflows, does not shut off. To complete the wash without overflowing, the water was must be manually shut off or the timer must be turned back to the spin cycle prior to the rinse cycle and when the rinse cycle is entered again, the it's okay. This is an intermittent problem, does not occur on every wash, happens about every fifth wash. Timer, water level pressure valve, or ???

Eggman for Model Number MTW5770TQ0

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Hi, my washer is not filling with water - when I start the cycle, it's immediately starting agitating. If I fill it manually with water it works, and drains the water, but for the rinse I have to fill it with water again. When it's spinning the cold water IS coming from the valve. And it doesn't stop at the end of the cycle - it's going on for the extra rinse, and further. I've replace the water inlet valve, but it didn't help. What is it most likely? The timer, or the temperature sensor, or pressure sensor, or anything else - the best guess?

Alex for Model Number MVWC500VW1

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I have a Maytag washer, when I turn it on it fills to proper level of water ,but when it's ready to wash it hums.when I turn the dial to spin ,it spins fine. Can it be my timer ?

Monique for Model Number Maytag model # MTW5870TW0

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HI, I HAVE A MAYTAG WASHING MACHINE MODEL MTW5740TQ0 WHEN IT GETS TO THE SPIN CYCLE IT ONLY HUMS BUT IF I TURN THE DIAL ALL THE WAY AROUND AGAIN TO SPIN THEN IT SPINS FINE. COULD THIS BE IN THE TIMER SWITCH OR SOMEWHERE ELSE. THANKS FR YOUR TIME AND HELP. FATBOYGSD

Fatboygsd for Model Number MT5740TQ0

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Washer runs until rinse cycle and wont advance to spin. When I keep pushing knob than it will spin but when i take hand off the knob, it will stop again.

Bhavin for Model Number MTW5770TQ0

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Just put on new timer. Unit keeps filling with water - doesn't stop at load size.

Hayjoe for Model Number mtw5600tq1

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My washer machine is Maytag. It takes the water it washing the clothes and when is time to change the water, the water isn't gowing out. What's wrong with it. Please help me.

Kristina for Model Number 5740TQO

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Washer filled with water then NOTHING even if I manually turn the nob. I removed the control panel because I seen other simular situations, Is it the timer or the lid pin.

Melissa for Model Number MTW5770TQ

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