Question about Whirlpool LSR5132PQ Top Load Washer
Balogna, You need to get a good look at the fill valve to see whats going on. To do this, remove the two phillip screws on the back side of each console end. Then move the console foward and tilt up. You will see two gold color clips on each end that hold the cabinet to the frame, take a flat blade screw driver and pry up on the end of these clips to remove. Next, unplug the lid switch harness. Now you can lift up on the cabinet from the back and pull off the washer. Make sure all connections are tight under the console. On the right side of the back panel you will see the fill valve. Make sure the harnesses are on and the hoses are on. You can ohm out each valve if you have an ohmeter. To test the fill with the cabinet off you are going to have to jump the lid switch. Using a insulated piece of wire jump the connections on the harness. The green is ground so jump the other two. This will be able to give you a birds eye view of what is going on and where the unit is leaking. Best of luck.
Posted on Jun 12, 2006
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