My washing machine stopped taking cold water. Im pretty sure the problem is coming from the water valve. The model of the water valve is WV-21AE-11. Im having problems finding this part anywhere! Can you help me finding it or at least finding a part which will work with the washing machine.
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firstly,the machine will not spin if water is in it.the spin cycle starts when the tub is drained of all water.you seems to have one or a combination of these problems; drainage/blockage/pump motor/no signal/no voltage.does the machine complete the wash cycle?
is there any issues with the water filling? does it overfill, does the water not turn off and it begins to wash even while water is still pouring in? or fill very slowly like the water just trickles in? because im pretty sure not 100% with your model ive got no info on it but most F+P stuff has the same fault codes, but an error 49 is an issue with either the cold or hot water valve or both you may be lucky and its a dodgy wire come loose but if not and if you know how get a multimeter and measure the resistance of both valves if they check out all good you will need to replace the motor control module
its the drainage problem .so either the drainer is getting blocked or the drainer is cracked and got faulty so needs to be replaced.
This often is a drain hose that is too low or a drain hose that has been pushed too far down inside the stand pipe....the water is actually siphoning out of the washer. Do not "seal" the drain hose to the house plumbing pipe, this will also allow the water to be siphoned out.