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This problem is due to
fault in the Water-level
switch in washing
machine. The Water-level switch is the part
in the washing machine that senses the filling water in the tub. When the water
reaches to its required quantity the Water-level switch sends the command to stop
the water supply. But if the Water-level switch is faulty. It will sense
the wrong quantity of water in the machine. And makes the water supply stop bit
early then required. So washer does not fills with required water .The Water-level switch is located at
the bottom of the outer tub in the washing machine. Many a times removing and
reconnecting the switch makes it proper. in other cases it needs to be
replaced. These will help. Thanks
Your fill hose that runs off the drum to the fill control controller on the front panel either has a leek an needs replaced or the controller its self need replacing, the line is cheaper, also look on the drum were the line go to, make show there is no leaks, this is a low presser an vacuum line,
To javed_iqb904, does the drum actually fill or does it seem like that water is draining out as it's filling?
To neonllama19, if it fills with the tap on and the machine off, it sounds like a defective water valve. If it never stopped filling it sounds like a defective pressure switch or hose to the pressure switch is loose or diconnected.
Try checking for good water supply.
Pull out detergent tray and check for good water supply during filling.
if poor filling-
Try checking the hoses.
Turn taps off, disconnect from machine, place hose end in sink, turn tap on and check for good water flow.
if the hose has a red indicator in the side of the hose (end which is fitted to the tap) - Red indicator is a failed hose.(for models with Water Stop hose type "B")
If you are in the Uk you can order online at this link you need the pressure switch PRESSURE SWITCH (1243905104-FLE1416W (91451453800))
Hope this is helpful. the switch is deffenitly broken.or maybe the hose from the tub to the switch is leaking. check that out first please