Maytag is one of the most well-known businesses in the United States. For nearly a century, the company has been producing household appliances. As a result, it is one of the country’s most experienced home appliance producers.
Customers have a long history of receiving excellent items and service from the company. Maytag has been inventing and designing a selection of items that will supply you with the top services and performance since its inception. Maytag is noted for its diverse product line, which includes washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, and other appliances.
However, there are a few concerns that people frequently encounter with their Maytag appliances. These problems might result in unsafe situations and costly fixes. The goal of this post is to give you a step-by-step tutorial on how to detect these frequent problems so you can fix them quickly and effectively.
To prepare this article, we studied the Maytag washing machine problems.
Let’s have a look at some of the most common issues and their potential solutions.
LOC or LC
The lock has been turned on. To determine which button triggers the lock, press the button or (on older versions) check the owner’s manual to determine which button initiates the lock. Several models contain buttons that must be pressed and held.
In the dispenser, there is no detergent cartridge. This notice should be ignored as long as you are using single-load doses of detergent. Make sure the dispenser cartridge is properly placed, and the dispenser drawer is completely closed.
Press the stop or cancel button twice, then the power button once to remove the code. If the error continues to appear, unplug the washer or turn off the power for one minute.
F34 or rL
Objects were found in the machine during the clean wash cycle. Remove the items from the drum and restart the wash cycle.
SUD vs. SD
There are too many suds in the washing machine, as you can see. The washer will not be able to spin off any water if it is impossible to rinse out the surplus suds. When a SUD or SD appears on the screen, the washer automatically increases the rinse time to remove the extra suds. During this period, the washer stops tumbling and fills the tank with water to rinse it further. The bubbles in the suds in the liquid can break when the pause is reached. So the pause and rinsing are required and may be repeated numerous times to remove the foam.
Make sure that you are using a high-performance detergent. If you are using liquid chlorine bleach without splashing or pouring easily, there is a chance that too much foam will form. This type of liquid chlorine bleach may contain a thickening component that can cause excessive foam formation in the washer. In this case, put the bleach in the washing machine.