How do I reset my Maytag Bravos XL dryer?
Full Reset Disconnect the power to the Maytag dryer and wait 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, restore power and make a new selection. If the problem persists or the dryer will not operate, disconnect power once again and call Maytag for service.
Why is my Maytag Bravos XL washer not spinning?
One of the most common reasons a washing machine won’t spin is an unbalanced wash load. During a wash cycle, larger, heavier items can clump on one side of the machine, causing an imbalance that affects the spin cycle. Overloading the washtub with too many items can also cause an imbalance that prohibits spinning.
Is there a reset button on my Maytag washer?
Hold down the Delicates and Knits button for five seconds. The washer’s LED display should now flash and start to blink, which means the error codes have been resolved and the washer has reset.
What would cause a Maytag washing machine not to spin?
One of the most common reasons for a Maytag top load washer not spinning is an incorrect wash cycle or spin setting. GENTLE, HANDWASH, or DELICATE settings utilize slower spin speeds for more fragile fabrics. Some model washers also allow you to vary the spin speed, making it slower or more rapid, for different loads.
Why is my Maytag washer not spinning and draining?
A top load Maytag washer not draining may have a defective lid switch assembly. On top-loading washers, draining and spinning will only occur if the lid is properly closed and activates the switch. Try depressing the lid switch with your finger to see if the machine drains and spins.
How do you reset the codes on a Maytag Bravos XL washer?
Write Down The Error Code! Then press PAUSE/CANCEL once to clear the error code and try to start a new cycle. If code appears again put it through an automatic diagnostic cycle while you enjoy a nice soothing cup of tea. (Watch The Bravos Diagnostics Video) This will reveal any stored error codes.
Why is my Maytag washer stuck on sensing?
If your Maytag washer’s sensing light is stuck and will not move to the appropriate cycles, this is usually caused by a stuck or keypad. The keypad can occasionally become jammed or, if you have recently replaced a part on the washer, you may have forgotten to recycle the codes, which can lead to a stuck sensor light.