Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
Turn off the hot and cold water supplies and remove the power supply cord from the outlet. Remove the lower front panel by removing three torx screws, one located at the lower left corner, lower center, and lower right corner. The panel removes easily. Located at the bottom center of the cavity is a large ivory colored filter with a turn cap. Get a shallow container or alot of towels, and slowly turn the slotted cover to the left a little at a time until no water runs. Remove the filter and any debris that may be inside. Wash and dry the filter and replace, tightening the cover securely. Replace the lower panel, turn on the water supplies and plug in the power supply. This should solve your problem and also relieve any standing water in the drum following a wash. You may want to do this every 3 months or so as this is an easy fix
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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