An unresponsive Maytag washing machine could be a stressful experience when it fails in its quest to get to the next cycle. This problem can leave you with a pile of wet clothes that are in dire need of cleaning. You can reduce time and cost by understanding why the washing machine not moving to the next cycle. We will discuss some common reasons your Maytag washing machines may not advance into the next cycle, and give some advice on how to bring it back in normal operation.
The type of washer that you have will determine why a Maytag washer will not move into the next cycle.
Top-loading Maytag washer will not advance to the spin cycle and drain if a broken lid switch causes the timer to believe that the lid of the washer is open. A Maytag washing machine that won’t finish the cycle might have a damaged timer or damaged pressure switch to the water level.
For the other hand, if you have a vertical modular (VMW) top load washer, a bad shifter assembly or a failing drain pump could stop the washer in mid-cycle. This washer may be stopped mid-cycle if it is saturating with too much suds.
A front-load washer can be stopped from running a cycle if there is a problem with the washer door lock or main electronic control panel malfunction, or a motor control board malfunction. This model of Maytag washer typically emits an error code digitally when the control of the washer detects a problem and stop the cycle.
These Repairs Might Help Fix the Maytag Washer Issue
Replace the Maytag lid on the washer
The lid switch on top load Maytag washer is a safety switch that checks whether the lid of the washer is shut. The lid has to be shut when the basket spins. If the washer is unable to sense that the lid is closed it will not spin or drain immediately after washing.
Top-load washers require that the Maytag lid on the washer be closed before the motor that drives the washer can start. Top-load washers with an open lid are not equipped to fill.
If the switch for the lid won’t be able to detect whether the lid is closed, replace the switch.
Replace the Maytag washer-shifter assembly
It is located on the bottom. the shifter unit, also known as the actuator-in top-load washer. The motor in the shifter assembly changes the drive system from spin mode to the agitation mode. The movement of the drive system is monitored by a sensor located within the shifter. The washer will stop when the motor, sensor or mechanical component of the shifter assembly fail and send an error code. If the Maytag Shifter Assembly malfunctions Replace it.
Change the Maytag washer lock assembly
The Maytag door lock assembly on a front-load washer includes a safety switch that detects whether the door to the washer is shut with a latch, as well as a locking mechanism. If any of these parts fails when the door open, the door won’t lock; if a component fails while the door is closed, the door won’t open. Replace the entire assembly if any component fails.
Replace the main control board for your Maytag washer
The main Maytag electronic controller board, also referred to as the mother board, or the mother board, is responsible for the timing and execution of washer component functions. It regulates the fill valves as well as the drive motor, and the drain pump.
Replace the Maytag washer timer
The Maytag washing machine’s timer, also known as a cycle selector, is the dial you turn to select the frequency of the cycle. The timer controls the Maytag washing machine’s cycle starting from filling until the final spin. If the timer fails to move the washer throughout its cycle then replace it.
Repair or replace or replace the Maytag washer drain pump
The Maytag drain pumps are used to remove the water from washing machines at proper timings during washing cycles. The pump’s bearing could wear down, or the seal may fail. The belt-driven pumps can fail, and the seal may fail or the pulley may shear. A loud hum in the event that the washer is overflowing with water is a common symptom of a malfunctioning pump. Repairing the pump can be done in certain cases by removing debris off it or replacing a seal or fixing wiring issues. If the pump is unable to be repaired or rebuilt, then replace it.
Replace the Maytag washer motor controller board
Maytag’s motor control panel which is also known as the circuit control board is in front load washers. It is usually found in the washer’s bottom next to the drive motor. It controls the speed of the drive motor as well as the direction it’s directed for the action of the tumble and spin. If the motor stops running it’s possible that the motor control board might need to be replaced.
Change the Maytag washer water level pressure switch
The Maytag water level pressure switch is used to measure the level of water inside the washer. If the water-level pressure switch is malfunctioning, the washing machine isn’t filled properly. It may not be filled properly or it might overfill to the point where it spills over. Replace the pressure switch if it fails to detect and manage the levels of water within the Maytag washer.
In conclusion, a Maytag washing machine that doesn’t progress to the next cycle may be a frustrating issue which can cause disruption to the routine of your laundry. Understanding the possible reasons for this issue can help identify the issue and get the machine back to normal operation. It doesn’t matter if it’s a simple fix like a clogged hose or a more complicated issue that involves the control board, diagnosing the issue could reduce time and cost in the long run. Start to address your Maytag washing machine’s issues with cycle advancing by following these suggestions and advice.