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LAT9235AAE CATRIVER Comment by ptsmith, posted on Sep 27, 2006 The pressue switch hose goes to the back of the water level selector level switch right? If so as soon as I remove that hose more water fill the tub and does not stop....I blew in it as you stated and all that happened were bubbles coming thru the tub. Is there something I did wrong or something I missed!

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Put the tube back on switch and remove other end from tub. Then blow and see if switch is working

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I had the same problem. and I did the suggestion dated 9/26/06. Too another piece of hose and attached it to the water level switch and blew into it. and the machine began aggitating. My question is... DO I replace the hose?? or switch?? Now that I have purchased a new machine. I find a solution, Oh well. thanks df

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After the water fill, Switch off the mains, allow little water bleed through the hose that goes to the level switch. As the water flows try fixing into the level switch block.

Clean the water drips to dry and switch on the m/c. It should be alright since you say that the switch is OK when air is blowed!

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Were is the level switch hose?


The air dome hose as it is called attaches to the water level switch in the control panel its the one where you selector small, medium or (X) large fill level from there it goes down back panel and attachs to the outer tub

This youtube video will show you how to take apart the washer http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Puq8jWMY9Iw

Hope this helps


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Load selector switch has a hose attached to it that goes to bottom of washer tub. It is probably clogged with soap. Open top where switches are, disconnect tube and blow it out. Problem should be solved. The only other thing it could be would be load selector switch has gone bad. But I am betting tube is plugged.

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ive included a solution to a similar problem that i solved earlier this week, i hope you find this helpfull...

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I am assuming this is a top load washing machine.... the load size selector button has a hose attached to the back of it. This hose goes down to an overflow box mounted to the side of the tub. This tube often gets clogged and the machine cannot tell where the water level is. 1) dissconnect the tube from the level selector switch and ( w/it unplugged ) attach another tube to it and blow into it. you should hear a clicking sound. this means your level selector switch is functioning properly. if it does not click then it needs to be replaced. 2) dissconnect the tube from the level selector switch and ( w/it unplugged ) blow into the tube and you should hear air going into the tub, ( this is best performed with water in the tub ( bubbles ) )....hope this helps
Asker's Testimonial " Thanks rdrsp. When I took the control panel off, I found that the tube had fallen off the control valve. I put it back on with a band clamp. " - bill_marv460 "

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I am assuming this is a top load washing machine.... the load size selector button has a hose attached to the back of it. This hose goes down to an overflow box mounted to the side of the tub. This tube often gets clogged and the machine cannot tell where the water level is. 1) dissconnect the tube from the level selector switch and ( w/it unplugged ) attach another tube to it and blow into it. you should hear a clicking sound. this means your level selector switch is functioning properly. if it does not click then it needs to be replaced. 2) dissconnect the tube from the level selector switch and ( w/it unplugged ) blow into the tube and you should hear air going into the tub, ( this is best performed with water in the tub ( bubbles ) )....hope this helps

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There are easy checks before you replace the level selector body

remove the trim plates at both ends of the control panel to expose Phillips head screws 1 at each end. remove the screws
lift and swing the control panel up and over the back, it is hinged at the top.
The washer can be operated in this condition for testing

1 Rremove the air hose, and blow it out.
often water remains in the tube after changing levels, the water is not compressible so a small change in water level in the tank, makes too much difference in the sensor.
reconnect the tube and try a cycle ~1/3 chance of fixing it

If fail,
2 The spring inside Kenmore water level sensors that reacts to air pressure in the tube is not up to the job and stretches, not noticeable till changing water level settings moves the anchor point of the spring.
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If fail
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