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Maytag Neptune problem
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Post# 927977   3/20/2017 at 20:18 (187 days old) by JesseD (Saint Marys, Pennsylvania)        

I just got a Maytag Neptune washer model MAH4000AWW. I got the machine working good and I got the pumps working. Everything was working great so I ran the machine for a cleaning cycle. I moved it to my permanent home for it. When I got it there, now it will only fill with hot water, even on the cold setting.

Please leave me know any ideas.





Post# 928036 , Reply# 1   3/21/2017 at 07:24 (187 days old) by mayken4now (Panama City, Florida)        

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Will "leave you know" that it my be that you have the hot and cold hoses reversed. Try warm wash and see what happens. Do you have a hose slpitter hooked to the two inlet hoses?

Post# 928099 , Reply# 2   3/21/2017 at 17:27 (187 days old) by JesseD (Saint Marys, Pennsylvania)        

I do have the hose split because I need to get water over to my Maytag A606S. I keep the hoses turned off that I am not using. The hoses are not reversed. I get hot water for wash on hot, warm, and cold setting. I do get a weak flow of cold for the rinse cycles though.

Post# 928121 , Reply# 3   3/21/2017 at 19:17 (186 days old) by Yogitunes (New Jersey)        

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check the screens on the fill valves.....

Post# 929317 , Reply# 4   3/27/2017 at 22:25 (180 days old) by JesseD (Saint Marys, Pennsylvania)        

I checked the screens and the oddest thing is now happening. I believe that the wires on the switches may have been transposed because my fabric settings determine temperature in the same order as the temp. Buttons would. I am not sure if the temp buttons are controlling the fabric settings or not because I have not had the time to sit and listen to the agitation.


If anyone could take a pic of how the wires are supposed to be connected to the switches on the Maytag MAH4000AWW, that would be a huge help.





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