Question about Washing Machines
The water does NOT cut off when it reaches the required water level and the water has to be turned off manually.
Would also like to find a Manual for this machine.
Thanks and have a GREAT Day!!!
There is a vacuum hose hooked to your water level adjuster. If that hose falls off, which it sometimes does because there is no hose clamp, the washing machine will not know how high the water is and will continue to fill. I found this out after starting my wash before bed and waking up at 6:00 to ankle deep puddles all over my house.
the fix: open the gauge panel by taking off the plastic covers on each side and unscrewing the bolts under the covers (one per side) then the gauge panel will rotate up and allow you access to the hose and other gauges
if the hose is still clamped on check for holes in it and if no holes then you may want to replace the leveler guage
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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