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05:05AM | 03/29/04
Member Since: 03/28/04
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Bvelectrical
Hello, I am the webmaster for MaytagProblems.com, a website designed to raise awareness about the problems with the Maytag Neptune® washing machine. By raising awareness of the Neptune® problems we hope to force Maytag to remedy the situation, and bring satisfaction to consumers. If you own a Maytag Neptune® Washing Machine and have experienced problems with mold or mildew, water leaking, door latch failures, control board failures or problems with your boot kit failing, we would like to hear from you.

We are looking for information (including stories or pictures) from consumers for possible inclusion on the website. By sharing the experiences that you've had with the Maytag Neptune® washing machine, you will assist us in helping the 1000's of consumers who are suffering from problems exactly like yours. Please take some time to visit the website and share your story with us.

LynnD75

08:32AM | 06/21/08
Member Since: 06/20/08
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My water stinks stinks stinks. My clothes stick too. I have tried running bleach and hot water through cycles. Ok for a couple days then smell is back. There is not mold in the door. This has to be coming from the water that is retained in under the drum.

What to do? I have had the machine worked on numerous time. New board, new latch, etc.

Lynn
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