Question about Whirlpool duet Washing Machines
Placement of soap powder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ck drain hose end of drain hose should be at least 36 ins from floor also be sure drain hose fits loosely in drain water may be siphoning out resulting low water level to wash/rinse ..also recommend using liquid detergent dry doesn't dissolve good in cold water and even though it may be recommended for front load the lower water levels used may not be enough to dissolve it properly
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
you can pick up a Y adaptor from a hardware store and fit a cold feed to both, it will take a few more minutes to comlpete cycles thats all, all new machines are fitted with a cold feed only to make them more energy efficent. the tech is talking pi**
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Had the same problem with mine, could be a number of things but in my case it was a relatively simple fix - but you'll need to buy a part.
Open the lid and look inside, the bit sticking up in the middle of the machine is called the agitator. Remove all the fabric softner and lint filter from it and you'll see one very small bolt at the base.
I concocted a number of ratches stuck together to reach it but once undone you can pull the enitre agitator up an remove it.
The agitator is driven by metal bolt with teeth at the bottom of the tub, however the agitator itself is made entirley of plastic, therefore (prob due to age) the metal teeth had eaten away the inside of the agitator and so it was just spinning inside its hole!
eplace the agitator and problem solved.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
Could be timer fault although good chance its stopping as it gets to rinse indicating faulty Solonoid valve..Good luck
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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