Maytag is now just another 'brand' owned by Whirlpool.
Your machine was built by Whirlpool and is essentially a re-badged "Duet".
There is a shop manual for this series of washers, and it also applies to their Kenmore 'cousins'at:
Yes it is normal. It is exactly the same as carbonated drinks.
Under pressure water can, and does absorb gases (air) when the pressure is released (opening a bottle of carbonated drink) the water ca…
That is a Frigidaire built model and unless Frigidaire (Electrolux) have improved the design of their spiders to improve drainage and provide an aluminium alloy more resistant to corrosion, as Whirlpo…
There may also be an ice build up behind the rear wall of the freezer compartment due to insufficient tilt and/or a blocked drain. Until this has completely melted you are likely to get ever decreasin…
Take up the matter with your card issuer.
The major cards have limits on the time that merchants are supposed to to take between a transaction (debit or credit)taking place and the time it is posted …
This article may give some insight:
A suggestion if you do not mind.
When asking for the model number for a 'Kenmore'appliance I find it advantageous to tell the poster that it will start with three digits followed by a period …
Should the full model number be 106.72132100 then the unit was manufactured by Whirlpool.
I have come across a couple of these with the symptoms you describe and it was due to the unit not being tilt…
First thing was it ordered from Sears or a third party vendor on Sears.com?
Should it be a credit card that was billed for your order inform your card issuer of the situation for a process called a 'charge back'.
1. Yes, I proposed it so I can hardly do anything else.
2. I beg to differ, it was my understanding that the poster wanted the 'Unhelpful' voting provision removed. I do not agree with that. F…
Let your credit issuer know what has happened.
One suggestion to improve this board.
Alter the software so that when a poster offers a reply to another post the system shows to whom the post was addressed
ServiceLocally - It could be like that. My post above that disappeared and then re-appeared 'went' as soon as I hit 'post' and a note appeared saying something like 'this message has been removed'. I …
Reference your third paragraph above.
May I suggest that you check the thread:
My apologies, I have just notice that the second thread I referenced in my post of 1.28 this morning is a repeat of the first. It should have been:
A couple more on another thread, one of mine and a response from someone else have now also re-surfaced.
This gets interesting.
It would appear that the sales associate concerned may not have been 'fast enough on his/her/ feet' to have put that, or a similar argument to the now lost client.
A post that I thought had been deleted has now 're-appeared'.
Maybe things are looking up