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IKYO _ U : OBRUYM _ _ N4GAYWTAAGSHER ! Please take the time to complete the registration card and return promptly . If registra - PARATNSADCCESSORIES tion card is missing , call Maytag CustomerAssistance . When contactingMaytag , pro - vide product informationfrom serial plate found on lower right - handcorner of inner lid : Purchase replacement parts and additional accessories by phone . To order accessories Model Number for your Maytag product , call 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 inside U . S . A . , 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080for U . S . cus - Serial Number ( S / N ) tomers using TTY for deaf , hearing impaired Purchase Date or speech impaired or 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002 for Canada . Dealer Name Dealer Address SATVIEMAENMDONEY Dealer Phone If something seems unusual , please check " Before you Call " section , which is designedto Keep this manual and your sales receipt together in a safe place for future ref - help you solve problems before calling serv - erence or if warranty service is required . ice . If you have a question , write or call us ( include modelnumber and phone number ) at : For additional questions , please contact us : Maytag Appliances Sales Company , 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900USA , 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002Canada , 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 USA TTY ( for deaf , Maytag Appliances Sales Company Attn : CAIR Â° Center hearing impaired or speech impaired ) Mon . - Fri . , 8am - 8pm Eastern Time ; Internet : EO . Box 2370 http : / / wwwmaytag . com Warranty service must be performed by an authorized ser - vicer . MaytagAppliances also recommends contacting an authorized servicer if serv - Cleveland , TN 37320 - 2370 U . S . 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 ice is required after warranty expires . Canada 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002 f For more information on this and U . S . customers using TTY for deaf , hearing impaired or speech impaired , call other Maytag products , visit ourWeb site 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 . www . maytag . com or call Maytag Customer Assistance at 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 ( U . S . A . ) 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002 ( Canada ) 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 ( TTY U . S . A . Only ) WHYAOTNUEETODKNOAWBOUT RECOSGANFISEZYETMYBWOOLRSL , DASB , ELS SAFEINTSYTRUCTIONS DANGER ] Warning and Important Safety instructions DANGER - Immediate hazardswhich WILL result in severe personal injury or death . appearing in this manual are not meant to cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur . Common sense , caution , and WARNING ] care must be exercised when installing , main - WARNING - Hazards or unsafe practiceswhich COULD result in severe personal taining , or operating the appliance . injury or death . Always contact your dealer , distributor , serv - ice agent , or manufacturerabout problems or _ IL CAUTION ] conditions you do not understand . CAUTION - Hazards or unsafe practiceswhich COULD result in minor personal injury or product or property damage . 1
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seLwecAtsH / rinsE wARM wARM HOT / COLD : Sturdy whites and colorfast teMPerAtUre wARM COLD items ; work clothes , soiled items , and cloth diapers . Always follow garment manufacturer's care WARM / WARM : Delicate or colorfast labels for each fabric . See chart to the right . HOT COLD items . COLD COLD WARM / COLD : Moderately soiled perma - nent press , silks , woolens , nylon , acrylic , rinsing of some items . WASH / RINSE TEMP COLD / COLD : Non - colorfast items , extra - delicate clothing ; rinsing of most items . If the tub is filling and you decide to SELEWCATT [ EERVE [ MEDIU , , M LARGE change the WATER LEVEL setting , you must turn the knob to RESET before changing the load size . The tub can over - Variablecontrol allows you to select the most > . < _ / w _ appropriate settingfor each wash load . Do not fill if you do not turn to RESET first . fill above top row of holes in tub with clothes . MINI < _ _ SUPER Use Water Level chart to the right to deter - . . . . . _ ' ; _ RESET mine setting . _ WATER LEVEL i te MINI : 1 / 2 Full MEDIUM : 1 / 2 - 3 / 4 Full LARGE : 3 / 4 - Full SUPER : Max . Fill sELEW ( TASH / DELICATE REGULAR / FAST : Sturdy fabrics needing REGULAR SPiNSPEED maximumwater extraction . SLOW t _ ' REGULAR / SLOW : Sturdy fabrics need - Select wash / spin speed most appropriate to REGULAR S _ ing slower spin speed to reduce wrinkling . type of fabric in wash load . See chart to the right . DELICATE / FAST : Heavy loads of delicate FAST fabrics needing fast spin for better water extraction . DELICATE / SLOW : Delicate fabrics need - WASH / SPIN SPEED ingslowerspinto protectfabricand clothing . }
SELEWCATSCHYCLE Push timer knob in and turn to desired cycle and wash time . Timer knob can be turned in either direction . Wash cycle selection depends upon type of fabric and amount of soil . For best results when cleaning heavily DOUBLEWASH soiled items , use the HEAVY setting . Lightly DOUBLE WASH automatically advances into the REGULAR wash soiled items requirelesswashtime . See below for moreinformation . cycle . Useto wash heavily soiled clothes twice with detergent in each cycle . To deliver extra detergent : â€¢ LIQUID DETERGENT : Place in fabric softener dispenserfor use in second wash . DO NOT use dispenserfor fabric softener . â€¢ POWDERDETERGENT : Place extra detergentin tub for use in first wash ; recommend approximately 1 1 / 2 times normal amount . SOAK Use for heavily soiled or stained items . Washtub fills with water , HEAVY NORMAL REGULAR pauses approximately 12 minutes DOUBLE WASH LIGHT for soaking , and spins water out to RINSE complete cycle . REGULAR SPIN SOAK Use for sturdy items , like play or DFF EXTRA work clothes , towels , T - shirts , etc . OFF RINSE OFF RINSE NORMAL LIGHT HAND WASH ' JNSE EXTR _ FF HANDWASH RINSE OF RINSE OFF Use for fine fabrics normally WRINKLE FREE RINSE washed by hand . To protect fragile NORMAL DELICATE FABRICS fabrics , washer speed automatical - ly runs at Delicate / Slow , regardless of position of speed selector WRINKLEFREEFABRICS DELICATE switch . Use for clothes that recommend a Use to wash delicate items often permanent press cycle and other washed by hand . Even with small synthetics . loads , full tub of water is recom - mended so items can move freely for more complete cleaning . More water also helps reduce fabric wear and wrinkling . To protect deli - cate fabrics , washer speed auto - matically runs at Delicate / Slow , regardless of position of speed selector switch . 4
( 0NT . ON EXTRA RINSE is useful for people with detergent sensitive skin . It provides a sec - ond rinse to morecompletely remove laun - dry additives , suds , and perfumes in REG - OFF ULAR , WRINKLE FREE FABRICS , and EXTRA DELICATEcycles . To select , set switch to ON . Set switch to OFF if not desired . RINSE EXTRA RINSE adds 10 - 15 minutes to total cycle time . BLEADCISHPENSER LOADING Bleach dispenser is located in left front MEASUREAND ADD DETER - corner under loading door . GENTTOWASHTUB Use only detergent recommendedfor top - Use only liquid bleach in dispenser . To loadingwashers . use powdered bleach , add to wash tub with detergent , ADD CLOTHINGTOWATER INWASHTUB Carefully pour recommended amount of BLEACH DISPENSER bleach into dispenser during first washer â€¢ Clothes should fill wash tub but should fill . See table . not be packed . Loosely fill tub with clothes no higherthan top row of holes . Be careful not to spill undiluted bleach . It Items must move freely through is a strong chemical and can damage cab - SUPER : wash / rinse water . 1 cup inet finishes and some fabrics if not prop - LARGE : Bulky fabrics may need more water 1 cup erly diluted . Follow bleach manufacturer's added after agitation begins . Turn labelfor proper use . MEDIUM : 3 / 4 cup Water Level knob to RESET and back SMALL : 112cup to desired setting . CLOSEWASHERLID Washerwill not operate when lid is open . 5
Do not use fabric softener in dispenser â€¢ For best softener performance , fABRSICOFTEDNIESRPENSER set water level to medium or during DOUBLEWASH cycle . higher . Do not mix powdered detergent with Fabric softener dispenser is located on liquid softener in dispenser or softener 3 . Clean softener dispenser after top of agitator . Dispenser automatically will become gummy . each use . Remove dispenser hous - releases liquid fabric softener at proper ing from agitator by squeezing lower time during rinse cycle . To use dispenser , follow these steps : part of dispenser and pulling up on 1 . Pour liquid fabric softener into dis - housingwhile tilting slightly to expose penser , using amount recommended dispenser cup . Rinse dispenser sFo etr on package . housing and cup in hot soapy water . 2 . Add water up to fill level , but do not Clean funnel shape in top of agitator and exceedtip of fill arrow indicator . FAB - RIC SOFTENER MUST BE DILUT - inside of agitator . Use small brush on hole ED FOR USE . and slots in two funnel rings for thorough cleaning . â€¢ Do not stop washer during first Dispenser _ spin or dispenser will empty too After cleaning , reinstall dispenser cup . soon . Push dispenser housing directly down â€¢ Never pour fabric softener FABRICSOFTENERTIPS onto top of agitator until firmly snapped directly onto clothes or spots and â€¢ Liquid fabric softeners are dispensed together . stains may result . To remove during final rinse . Do not combine with softener stains , soak in soapy To prevent buildup , fill dispenser with bleach , bluing , starch , detergents , solution of SardTMWonder Soap soaps , or packagedwater conditioners clean water in wash cycles when not or IvoryTMsoap , or rub stain with using softener . during rinse . bar of SardTMor IvoryTMsoap and wash garment as usual . NEEDMORETIME ? CLEANERCLOTHES RISERS RESETTHETIMER KNOB . Water temperature affects how clean Risers or air cushions may be installed if clothes become . If your clothes are not as pipes knock or pound when flow of water Although wash cycles are automatic , timer clean as you would like , check your water stops . Risers are more efficient when may be reset to lengthen , shorten , or heater temperature . Check your water installed as close as possible to water repeat a portion of a cycle . heater manufacturer's recommendations , supply faucets . To setor reset timer , push in timer knob to as well as local codes , for assistance . stop washer . Hold in timer knob firmly Also , check that your water hoses are while slowly turning it to desired setting . hooked up correctly . If they are switched Pull out timer knob to start washer . you might be getting cold water in your warm and hot cycles . STOPSAND STARTS Hard water does not remove soil as well Wash action consists of periods of agita - as soft water . Check with your local water tion , with pauses or periods of soaking . company to see if you have hardwater . If For best results , do not turn timer through you have hard water , try softening it with pauses , which are normal part of wash a packaged conditioner or use a little cycles . more detergent . 6
[ ONE LIHFTILTER AUTOMBAATBIC . NSCYESTEMGENERWAALSHCEARRE Maytag's self cleaning lint filter works Yournew washer will automatically adjust Use only damp or sudsy cloth for throughout the wash cycle to constantly cleaning control panel . Some cleaning to unbalanced loads without shutting remove lint and other residue from the down or interrupting the cycle . The cycle productsprays may harm controlpanel water . Located between the outer and finish or may damage interior of hood . will automatically complete at the fastest inner tub , the lint filter removes lint as spin speed possible . Wipe washer cabinet as needed . If water passes from the bottom of the outer detergent , bleach , or other washing In a severe out - of - balance condition , tub backto the inner tub . As water passes products are spilled on cabinet , wipe clothes maycontain excessive moisture . If from the outer tub to the inner tub , water immediately . Some productswill cause this should happen , simply redistributethe is forced through the bottom of the lint fil - permanent damage if spilled on cabi - clothes , and reset the control to the spin ter . The filter traps lint under the filter until net . mark after the rinse setting in the regular the spin cycle begins . During the spin cycle . cycle centrifugal force removes the lint by â€¢ Top of washer should not be used for removing garment stains . Some stain pulling it off the bottom of the filter and RINSE washing it down the drain . removers , such as rust remover , may damage cabinet finish . SPIN â€¢ Do not use scouring pads or abrasive MOTOORVERLOAD cleansers . PROTECTOR â€¢ Do not lay sharp or rough objects on or against washer . Finish could be dam - Internal overload protector automatically aged . stops motor in event of overload . â€¢ Remove pins , buckles , or other sharp Overload protector resets in approximate - objects from clothes to prevent SAFELTIYDSWITCH ly 3 minutes and motor automatically scratching interior parts . restarts . If overload protector stops motor The washer will not spin when the lid is again , stop using washer and call service â€¢ Leave lid open after use to allow inside open for any reason . This is for your per - technician . Loading wash tub too full may of washer to dry , and to help prevent sonal safety . Ifthe lid is openedmid - cycle , result in motor overload . musty odors from developing . operation will automatically start when lid is closed . â€¢ Do not allow small children to play on or around washer . Do not move washer without rein - stalling shipping brace and shipping plug . See Moving Washer to New Locationsection . 7
COLDWEATHERSTORAGE ONLY in upright position . To remove antifreeze after storage , run washer If washer must be stored in seasonal through a complete cycle using 1 / 2 home or storage building , use one of the cup of detergent . DO NOT ADD following storage methods . CLOTHES TO CYCLE . METHOD 1 METHOD 2 1 . Turn off watersupply faucets and dis - 1 . Push in cycle selector knob and turn connect hoses . Drain water from both to SPIN . Run through complete spin hoses . cycle to remove excess water . 2 . Add one gallon of non - toxic RV 2 . When spin cycle is complete , push in antifreeze ( available from hardware cycle selector knob to stop washer . or recreational vehicle dealers ) to 3 . Turn offwater supply faucets and dis - washer tub . conned hoses . Drain water from both 3 . Push in cycle selector knob and turn hoses . to SPIN . 4 . Dry inner wash tub , disconnect elec - 4 . Pull knob out and let washer spin for COLSDTORAAGNEDF ! OF ! - trical plug , and close washer lid . If 1 - 2 minutes to drain water . Some moving washer , disconnect drain antifreeze will also be lost . ( if you USPEERIODS hose . Move and store washer ONLY have a septic system , contact in upright position . antifreeze manufacturer and make COLDWEATHERCARE G . It is normal for some water to remain sure it will not harm system . ) If washer is delivered when outside tem - inside pump . To prevent damage to G . Push in cycle selector knob to stop perature is below freezing or if washer is washer and pump if remaining water washer . Dry inner wash tub , discon - stored in unheated room or area during freezes , allow washer to warm 24 to nect electrical plug , and closewasher cold months , do not operate until wash - 48 hours after removing from stor - lid . If moving washer , disconnect er has warmed to room temperature . age , so water can thaw before use . drain hose . Move and store washer Do not install or operate washer where temperatures will drop below freezing , VACATIONSAND EXTENDED MOVING WASHER TO NEW Tilt washer back slightly and slide ship - ping plug into position underwasher . NON - USE LOCATION IMPORTANT : To avoid possible property Replace shipping plug under motor and damage from flooding , turn off water sup - shipping brace in tub . Refer to Installation ply to washer during extended periods of Instructions for proper procedures when - non - use . ever washer is moved . See illustration . To prevent mold or mildew , leave lid open Shipping brace so moisture inside machine can evapo - rate . When closing your home for extended periods , have service technician drain washer to avoid stagnant water . Unplug cord from electrical outlet . Disconnect hoses from faucets . Shipping plug and Cardboard location base in washer 8
Youmay save time and money by checking items below before calling for service . List includescommon concerns that are not the result of defective workmanship or materials . TOPIC POSSIBLECAUSE SOLUTION NOISE Gear Sounds or a Low Hum Normal mechanical sounds incommercial - quality washer . Normat operation . Rattling and Clanking Noise Loose objects , such as coins or pins , in tub or pump . Stop washer and check tub . Remove loose objects , tf noise con - tinues after washer is restarted , objects may be in pump : call your authorized servicer . Belt buckles , metat fasteners hitting wash tub . Close zippers , buttons , and fasteners . Clothing with buckles must be turned insideout . Squealing Sound or Overloaded wash tub . Do not overload washer . Stop washer and reduce size of load . Hot Rubber Odor Thumping Sound Heavy wash toads ; unbalanced loads . Usually normal , but unbalanced loads should be redistributed . Stop washer and rearrange load . Vibrating Noise Washer not resting firmly on floor . Make sure floor is strong enough for washer . Adjust leveling legs so washer rests firmly on floor . See Installation Instructions for lev - eling details . Wash load distributed unevenly intub . Stop washer and rearrange load . Shipping plug not removed during installation . See Installation Instructions for details on removing shipping plug . Water Splashing Spray rinse . Normal operation . Washer sprays water inside tub while running at or Slapping Noise high speed during rinse and spin . Whistling orWhirling Noise Drum spinning without clothes . Normal operation . Holes in the tub can cause this sound . OPERAtiON Washer Does Not Start Electrical power cord may not be plugged in , or connection may be Make sure plug from power cord fits tightly intowail outlet . loose . Fuse blown , circuit breaker tripped , or power outage occurred . Replace fuse or reset circuit breaker . Do NOT increase fuse capac - ity . Catl qualified electrician to correct circuit overload problem . Call local utility company to correct power outage . Water supply faucets not turned on . Turn on water supply faucets . Timer knob / cycle selector set incorrectly . Move indicator slightly clockwise . Putl out on timer knob . Motor overheated , internal overload protector automatically stops motor in event of overload . Protector resets in approximately 3 minutes and motor automatically restarts , tf overload protector stops motor again , quit using washer and call service technician . Do not overload washer . Largest dry load level should not be high - er than bottom of fabric softener dispenser or top of agitator . Washer Won't Spin Lid partially open . Close lid completely . Residue Left in Tub Heavily soiled items . Wipe tub with non - abrasive household cleaner and rinse . Before washing , shake or brush excess dirt and sand from items . 9
TOPIC POSSIBLECAUSE SOLUTION WATER Wash Load Too Overloaded wash tub . Do not overtoad washer . Wet After Spin Unbalanced load . Rearrange load to allow proper spin . Kinked drain hose . Straighten drain hose . Water Enters Slowly or Inadequate main water supply . Check water pressure at another faucet in house . Wait for water Does Not EnterWasher supply and pressure to increase . Water supply faucets partly closed . Fully open hot and cold water supply faucets . Water being used elsewhere in house . Water pressure must be at least 20 psi ( 138 kPa ) . Avoid running water elsewhere when washer is filling . Clogged water inletfilters . Disconnect water fill hoses from faucet . Clean and reposition screen filters . Reconnect water filI hoses . Kinked water inlet hoses . Straighten hoses . Water Level Does Not Incorrect water level selection . Select higher water level . Add water by turning selector to RESET Cover Clothes and back to larger load size . Overloaded wash tub . Do not overload washer . Largest dry load level should not be high - er than bottom of fabric softener dispenser or top of agitator . Warm or Hot Water Not Water heater temperature set too low ; water heater too far from You may need to raise the temperature on your water heater . Hot Enough washer . Check your water heater manufacturer's recommendations , as well as local codes for assistance . Hot water being used elsewhere in house . Avoid using hot water elsewhere before or during washer use , or there may not be enough hot water for proper cleaning . If problem continues , enlarge capacity of hot water system , or use for only one application at a time . Water Drains Slowly or Drain hose kinked or clogged . Clean and straighten drain hose . Does Not Drain Water Leaks Loose fill hose connections . Check and tighten all hose / faucet connections . Install rubber seat - ing washers provided . Clogged drain pipes . Unclog drain pipes . Call plumber if necessary . Changed water levels during fill . Always use RESET on water level switch when changing water level . Do not hold switch at RESET ; return switch to desired load size . Oversudsing . Use less detergent . Incorrect Wash and Rinse Hot and cold water hoses connected to wrong supply faucets . Check hose connections . Connect hot water hose to hot water Temperatures faucet ; connect cold water hose to cold water faucet . Water Enters Washer , but Incorrect standpipe height for drain hose . Recommended standpipe height is 36 " ( 91.44 cm ) ; for low stand - Tub Does Not Fill pipes , install Siphon Break Kit . See Installation Instructions for details . ] 0
TORECEWIVAERRASHETRYVICE Service must be performed by an authorized Maytag service representative . To schedule service , contact the Maytag dealer where you purchased your appliance or contact : Maytag Appliances Sales Company Attn : CAIR Â® Center EO . Box 2370 Cleveland , TN 37320 - 2370 U . S . 1 - 800 - 688 - 9900 Canada 1 - 800 - 688 - 2002 U . S . customers using TTY for deaf , hearing impaired or speech impaired , call 1 - 800 - 688 - 2080 . When contacting Maytag Appliances Sales Company , please include the fol - lowing information : a . Your name , address and telephone number ; b . Model number and serial number of your appliance ; c . The name and address of your dealer and the date of purchase ; d . A clear description of the problem . e . Proof of purchase ( sales receipt ) . WHAISTHOCTOVERBEYTDHESWEARRAHTIES : 1 . Conditions and damagesresulting from any of the following : a . Improper installation , delivery , or maintenance . b . Any repair , modification , alteration or adjustment not authorized by the manufacturer or an authorized servicer . c . Misuse , abuse , accidents , or unreasonable use . d . Incorrect electric current , voltage or supply . e . Impropersetting of any control . 2 . Warranties are void if the original serial numbers have been removed , altered , or cannot be readily determined . 3 . Products purchased for commercial or industrial use . 4 . The cost of service or service call to : a . Correct installation errors . b . Instruct the user on proper use of the product . c . Transport the appliance to the servicer . & Consequential or incidental damagessustained by any person as a result of any breach of these warranties . Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or inci - dental damages , so the above exclusion may not apply . User's Guides , service manuals and parts catalogs are available from Maytag Appliances Sales Company , Maytag CustomerAssistance . MAYTAG â€¢ 403 W . 4 ' _ Street N . Â° EO . Box 39 Â° Newton , Iowa 50208 A / 09 / 01 LJtho U . SA PartNo . 40 _ 37801 _ _ _ " ' http : / / www . maytag . com