Initially, I checked the wiring connections, and all were tight. There is no build-up, dirt, nor moisture on any part; I could have thought I was working on a 1 week old machine. The motor turns the belt, flywheel, and drum without problem. More than one forum for a "3e" code referenced the motor, with a few mentioning the internal hall for my year model was at fault. After replacing the motor, I received the code on the very first code. Those same forums talked about the door lock "being the culprit about 40% of the time"; needless to say, I replaced the door lock. At this point, I still received the code, and pulled the drain pump out to clean it, and check for a wobble, or grains stopping the impeller. When all the parts were hooked back up, the code popped up on the display, "3e". Every time I start any wash cycle, the code pops up at minute 44 of 56, minute 32 of 45, minute 10 of 33, minute 8 on spin only, and minute 1 on any cycle after I nurture it past the intial code throw.
I went to forums over the last 2-1/2 hours prior to clicking on the "Maytag: Just Answer" link on a search engine page. I cannot decide whether I have to replace the "water pressure sensor", "drain pump assembly", or "control panel".