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Hi, I have a Epic Z Maytag wash model #MHWZ600TW00. I wouldnt

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Hi, I have a Epic Z Maytag wash model #MHWZ600TW00.
I wouldn't drain with an error F21. So I removed the front bottom panal and emptied the white drain pipe with all kinds of dirty fuzz, bobby pins, coins and key. Then I removed the gray hose connected to the drain pump and emptied it with some gunk in it. Everything was cleaned to the best I could. Now when testing the drain it first gave me another drain error. So I repeated the previous proceedure to make sure nothing else was obstructing the drains. Now it is giving me an error F33. Which indicates an electrical problem. Is it the drain pump?

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Hi my name isXXXXX me pull the service manual up and i will be right back. Thank you

It would indicate since you had both codes to replace the drain pump and make sure wiring is making good contact with the connection. Part# XXXXX
You can find it here: http://www.needapplianceparts.com/w10130913.aspx.

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX any special tools needed to change out the pump?

Remove the bottom access plate by removing the front bottom screws. Remove bolts holding pump down on base. Remove hoses.
No special tools needed. Pretty easy job.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Great....sounds like a woman can do it!


Just ordered the part...should be here within the week.


Thanks.

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