Just like other brands washing machines, most of the annoying issues and error codes on Maytag Centennial washing machines can be easily gotten rid of by simply resetting your appliance.
We have earlier covered steps to reset Frigidaire and Whirlpool Cabrio washing machines and today, we will do covered easy to follow, DIY steps for Maytag washer owners.
Steps to Reset Maytag Centennial Washing Machine
So without any further ado, lets proceed with steps you need to follow if you are Maytag Centennial washer owner and want to reset it.
Be aware that if you own latest model of Maytag Centennial washing machine, maybe it has exclusive Reset button that lets you simply reset your appliance by pressing single button. Please refer to your exact Maytag washing machine model manual to know more about this reset button.
However, your washer does not have a dedicated reset button, or you are unable to find, it is safe to follow the steps below.
- Turn off your Maytag Centennial washing machine.
- Disconnect it from electricity socket. Keep it in this condition for 11 to 17 minutes.
- Plug your washer cable back to wall outlet.
That’s it. If you have correctly followed the aforementioned 3 steps, your Maytag Centennial washers should be reset.
If you are wondering why to keep your washer disconnected from power socket for over 10 minutes in order to reset, then the simple answer is that it takes some time for the charge to drain from the machine, owing to capacitors used in the machine. Hope it helps!