Question about Washing Machines
Please check the pressure on the inlet valve and see if the flow is good, if this is low on the inlet then check your tap and water line. Otherwise check the INLET filter, check the command to the inlet valve and if the inlet is timed out then there is fault on the program controller unit.
Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Jmars, under the consol there is two pressure switches. One controls the fill and the other is back-up incase the other fails. It sounds like your water pressure switch is tripping too soon. Try putting the washer into a self test mode by pressing in this order soak--soil level---soak--soil level. The machine should enter a test mode. Let it run it's test and see if you come up with any error codes. The pressure switch is the one on the left under the consol. It will be marked OPR, the part number is 8054766. The consol will lift up by using a putty knife under each end, pushin on the clips and lifting up. The back panel of the consol is removable. Catriver..post back
Posted on Apr 15, 2007
The fact that you have 240V to the valve does not prove that the valve is o/k. Determine which is the live wire, and leave connected to valve coil.
You need to remove the neutral wire from the valve, and test with your meter that as well as having 240V going in, you have 240V coming out on the other terminal, if you have not , then you have a faulty valve..Simply replace it.
I assume that you have a neutral feed to the valve, because if you have not, then the fault is probably in the pcb board.
The coils on these valves often go open circuit.
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Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: The machine does not work
Ok this fault is telling me you have a faulty RPS(Rotor Positioning Sensor) in this machine. The RPS sensor is located in the motor Stator. To replace you need to remove the motor rotor then the motor Stator. you want to be careful with this part when fitting it as they can break.
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Posted on Mar 25, 2009
There is a valve under the top of the cover were the bowl is This valve has a spring in it and this spring and valve can get stuck shut this stopping the speed of the water entering the machine it may stop it all together
Posted on Apr 03, 2009
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