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Washer won't fill in rinse cycle

When my washing machine reaches the rinse cycle the water will not fill or fills extremely slow. If I change the temp setting button and then change back to the temp button I was using (usually warm/cold) sometimes it will start filling. Lately it has gotten to where I cannot get it to fill at a normal rate. It will eventually fill but is very slow.

We have already removed the hoses and the screens are clean.

Any solutions?

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  • advpt Oct 21, 2008



    Thanks so much.  Fixed it in less than an hour. 

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REPLACE YOUR WATER INLET VALVE(HOT,COLD WHERE HOSES ARE)IT'S NOT OPENING ALL THE WAY TO LET THE WATER FILL UP FAST,LET ME KNOW HOW YOU DO-MIKE

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

  • MIKE major Oct 21, 2008

    can you please leave me a fixya rating?thanks-mike

  • MIKE major Oct 21, 2008

    good jog fixing,and thanks for the fixya rating-mike

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