The washer fills then jumps to spin cycle
the washer fills then the cycle light immediately switches to spin indicator cycle then after 2 minutes in that cycle stops and the oL light comes on.
A washer series by Maytag with a low rate of customer satisfaction and a high rate of failure.
I would replace the timer.
Second, OL stands for “Overload”, so in other words, the washer thinks the tub is too hard to move because it's overloaded and the motor is struggling or the unit is way out of balance causing the washer to struggle. The most common problem is a nut below the inner tub that needs to “float”.