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A washer series by Maytag with a low rate of customer satisfaction and a high rate of failure. These washers have the model numbers MVWB300xxx or MVWX300xxx.

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My washer is stopped in drain cycle - F32 code

how do I get it to drain,

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F32 (usually preceded by an LD) means long drain so the best thing to check is the drain pump itself and the connections to the drain pump. Remove all the water out manually (as much as possible) then tip the machine backwards so you can get underneath of it. Near the back is the drain pump and it's connected to the drain hose itself. for the next step make sure that you have a large pan or similar since there will be plenty of stinking water coming out. Disconnect the drain hose as well as the hose coming from the tub and see if anything is jamming the drain pump motor or hoses. Check this video on how to access the pump etc. If all of this checks out okay consider replacing the pump

There is a possibility that F32 on your washer indicates an issue is the pressure switch. Remove the top by removing the screws along the back edge of the main top. The pressure switch is located under the main top and will be mounted on the right side of cabinet. Disconnect the pressure hose from the pressure switch, tap on the pressure switch, re-install the pressure hose and then check the washer operation. Check the Pressure Switch harness for continuity. Manually check the Pressure Switch by removing the Pressure Switch hose and applying air to the switch. You should hear clicking if the pressure switch contacts are not stuck.

Depending on your exact model you do want to use the tech sheet and try to run the diagnostics to get more information about your ashers issues ZC60323_8567037A.vp

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This is what helped me. For those who don’t know, on some washers you have to hold the RESET REMINDER button down for three seconds, let it go for three and repeat for a total of three times. Then you’ll get the code.

For my situation, it was bobby pins which had somehow made it out of the tub and into a filter-like thing at the bottom of the washer. By taking the back off and tilting it to its front, I was able to remove a short L-shaped hose and pull the obstruction free. The bobby pins had captured some strings from clothes and bath mats, which created the clog.

By the way, be ready for a TON of water to come out. Have a moat of towels ready to capture as much as you can. Luckily mine is in my garage so it was no big deal.

Now I’m running Affresh through it before I start my next real load.

Thanks for the answer!

da

Chris Winder best of luck to you and let us know how it all works out :-)

da

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