Question about Washing Machines
We have no water pressure and we have check our pump and its not the cause, could you help?
Just so that we are on the same page.I'm not sure what you mean when you say you checked your pump. The water supply hoses behind your machine lead and connect to the inlet water valve. Right where the hoses connect, in the valve itself, there are screens that can become blocked with lime deposits and other debris. You'll need to turn the taps off first. Then loosen the hoses with pliers. Make sure the hoses relax before removing. Clean the screens with a toothbrush and spray bottle if needed. While the hoses are disconnected hold the ends over a bucket or inside tub of washer and turn them on to make sure pressure is good coming from them. If pressure seems good and screens are clean reattach hoses hand tight then 1/4 turn more with pliers. Do not overtighten. Do not use teflon tape. Do not crossthread.
If pressure is still low then inlet water valve likely needs replaced.
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