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The usual arrangement is there are 2 electrical water inlet valves, one for Hot and 1 for Cold. These valves are turned on by the timer, and remain on until the water level switch turns them on, and allows the washer to then run. It sounds like this water level switch is bad. This switch should be in the panel above the top of the washer, and has a rubber/plastic tube that goes toward the washer drum. It is also possible that the rubber tube is off or blocked. (if the water inlet valve is stuck open, turning the washer off will NOT stop the water).
there the first thing ill tell you is that the washer needs to drain
water before it can spin there are only a few factors that prohibit this
operation a faulty lid switch secound a blown or blocked water pump
being a fisher paykel they are famous for jammed water pumps as they
decided when they built the sysyem to turn the water pump upside down
this causes a lot of stress on the water pump see if you can lay the
hose on the ground and get all the water out i belive the machine will
then start to spin dry. in this case it is the water pump and have it
replaced its a simple operation if you can order the part fromf/p you
simply turn the washer on its side depress the white latch next to the
pump turn the pump clockwise till ity release from machine disconnect
power supply plug and fit new unit as per reverse
best of luck
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p.s the buzzing noise is the water pump humming because it can not spin the problem is definitly your water pump have it repplaced and it will work fine
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No, they should be equal. Check for a plugged filter screen at the faucet end of the affected hose. Also, make sure the faucet itself delivers full flow. Check the inlet of the slow solenoid valve for a plugged screen too.
There is three things on this machine that concern me. Last week I rebuilt a series 80 and it did the same thing, mostly on perm press. It turned out the timer was fine and the mechanical had not been rebuilt in years. Because of this the motor could not spin fast enough to fling the water plus the pump was leaking. I need three things from you. Is leaking water and oil when looking under the machine, does the motor hum loud even when functioning normally and when its spinning lift the lid, is it still rotating after a quick count to 7? Drop me a line I would like to help.
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