10:24AM | 01/02/09
Member Since: 01/01/09
1 lifetime posts
HELP! Our Maytag 90 series washer won't drain. It works great through the wash/agitation cycle and then when it's time to drain, it'll stop. It makes a strange humming noise as if the pump is trying to work, but the water level doesn't change. We've tried reset... that adds more water. We manually pushed the lid button down and that didn't help either. We've checked different cycles and it does the same thing on each one. It seems like the majority of problems like this we've found online have all been the lid switch. Could ours be the same thing? Doesn't the water have to drain to a certain level before it kicks into spin cycle?

The model number on ours is strange... it has very small numbers- 110 followed by large, bold numbers 22922. Those are followed by smaller numbers- 101

It's series number CL4503558.

Type 111



06:11PM | 01/02/09
Member Since: 11/11/02
2293 lifetime posts
** The model number on ours is strange. **

Not for Sears, no. Everything after "MOD." is it: 110.22922101

That is the model number of a *Kenmore* washer built by Whirlpool not a Maytag.

** when it's time to drain, it'll stop. **

Does the timer progress on as usual through the cycle or does it stick right at that point?

** Doesn't the water have to drain to a certain level before it kicks into spin cycle? **

No, it has to drain for a certain amount of time and then pause briefly before starting up again to spin.


Dan O.

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