Commerical maytag washer

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Old 05-05-16, 05:30 PM
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Commerical maytag washer

I have a commercial washer that stops at the deep rinse cycle I have replaced the timer but still does the same stops at the deep rinse cycle I have also jumped out the lid switch but still does the same I am lost what to check next
I have access to all the parts can you help me check the next step indecently
I have two washers doing the same thing

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And the model number is?
Need that before making some guesses.
Contacted Maytag yet?
 
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Old 05-05-16, 07:27 PM
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need model # check that there is cold water coming into washer. Rinse is only cold water.
 
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Old 05-11-16, 05:37 PM
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I have 10 washers and two out of them stop at the Deep rinse cycle Model # MAT15MNAWWO
 
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MAT15MNAWWO I have checked the cold water in both washers its ok
 
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Old 05-11-16, 07:33 PM
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They say Maytag on them built built by Whirlpool. Most Whirlpool parts will fit them (usually cheaper). Just for your info. Not a common problem but sounds like timer. Here is a diagram of your washer
MAYTAG WASHER Parts | Model MAT15MNAWW0 | Sears PartsDirect
Google timer parts # and only buy from a seller that as a year return policy. I can't be sure it's the timer
Here is the timer part # W10130353
 
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Old 05-12-16, 04:18 AM
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Does the cold water enter the washer on rinse? I know you said cold water works.
 
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Thanks I found the problem it was the cold water solenoid was bad Thanks
 
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Thanks I found out the cold water solenoid was bad thanks for your help
 
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Thanks for the update, Glad you found the problem.
 
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