The hot water will run but no cold. I unhooked the cold line and turned on valve and cold water ran out of line so i have water there. when i hooked it back up the cold water started to run , so i turned off washer and moved back into place. then when i turned on cold wash no water
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Re: turn on cold wash and no water will run.
It sounds like your cold water celenoid is going out. You have to replace the whole water valve. it should be around 30 bucks. your local parts store should have it in stock, Just take your model # with you.
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First off unplug washer. Turn water off hot and cold. Disconnect water lines from valve. Remove screws from top panel on washer then slide top panel off. Remove connections on valve. Make mental note for what goes where. ;) Remove valve. Install new valve. Connect wires. Put panel back on and screws back in. Connect water lines hot for hot and cold for cold. Turn water on and check for leaks around connections. Plug washer in. Run a load! Hope this helps.
Sounds like the valve isn't working properly.
One way to test is to turn off the water supplies and at the back of the machine switch the hoses.
Turn on the water and see if you get cold and not hot . If so replace the valve assembly
I believe the issue is with the water inlet valve assembly
going bad and should be replaced, this unit has two valve one for cold and
another for hot. You can test the valve first if that is fine then check the
pressure switch which is part#4 in this diagram. Hope this helps...please post
back for further assistance.
your water inlet valve is probably bad or stopped up with debris. some valves have screens that can be cleaned. you can swap the cold line and the hot line and check it that way. (you should get hot water when set on cold this way and cold for hot) be sure to turn the water off before swapping the hoses or you may get a little wet.
if the valve needs replacing you will need to remove the cabinet from the machine.
I'm sure nojallo1 has already fixed his but I just ran into the same problem and didn't find anything in my searches for a solution. The problem I had was the test cycle wasn't long enough to get hot water through my water lines so it could verify the hot and cold hoses were in the proper places. Solution: Turn the hot water on in all the sinks in your house until they have hot water running through them. This will prime your hot water line so it is full of hot water instead of cold water. Then run the install cycle again and it should be fine.
its in your cold water line valve to the washer if it works good with hot water the valve are incoming line being blocked when you turn it on the pressure comes in fast then when pressure is gone water slows down so when its off the pressure builds back up it runs fast then slow