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Which hose is for the water level there are 3

Water level on high and low after my hobby set level to low was told to open it and blow out air hose, but there are 3 hoses there. my washer is a push button one.

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Normally it is a thin one going up to the board, from near your pump or filter below. Disconnect it from below, clean, blow - you should hear a click at your pressure flow meter above. It denotes it is well.
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SOURCE: Calypso - water goes straight to drain hose-not drum

the hose may still be filled from last cycle. try to put machine in final spin mode where all water from previous wash will be spun out the drain hose. once a siphon is started it can only be stopped by introducing air into the drain hose.

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easy way for me to determine problem is reverse the hoses on the machine still no cold??? should be no hot now!! in which case you have a bad water valve no cleaning need to replace

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SOURCE: Brand new washer, E4 Error

OK this should not happen. It might be that the connectors to the watervalve is lose. E4 is a sign that the watervalves are closed. You should contact the store you bought it from and have them give you a replacement. Do not open it for now as it will void your warranty. You know it is not the pressure as the other never had this problem
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take it back for a new one

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SOURCE: frigidaire FWX833AS2 water wont drain on spin

loundry washer is not emping the water. every other cycle is work.

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Here's a few instruction's How to Diagnose Washing Machine Problems

Step 1:
If the washer won't start, check the power cord or reset the circuit breaker depending on the issue. It may be overheated and shut off temporarily. Let it cool for 30 minutes, and if it still won't start, call a professional.

Step 2:
If the motor transmission failed or the drive belt has broken, these need the assistance of a professional.

Step 3:
If the washer won't drain, clean out the drain hose and straighten any kinks. If the drain hose fits too tightly in the standpipe, adjust it to allow for a minimum of 1.25 inches for airflow so water can drain.

Step 4:
If the washer won't fill or fills slowly, turn the faucet handles counterclockwise as far as possible. This is usually the result of partially open faucets.

Step 5:
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The water level control isn't working. First, I'll describe how it's supposed to work, then give you the troubleshooting steps for a top-loading machine.

There is a port on the side of the outer tub somewhere below the low water level point. A plastic hose (usually transparent) runs from this port to the water level switch. As the water rises, it compresses the air inside the tube. This air exerts pressure on a diaphragm which operates the level switch. The trip point for the switch is set by a cam connected to the level selector knob.

Failure points: broken or leaky hose, clogged tub port, ruptured diaphragm, stuck or broken switch.

First, unplug the machine. Remove screws on the back of the control panel if it appears they hold it to the back panel of the machine. Remove screws from the front trim at the bottom of the control panel. Now you should be able to tilt the panel forward to get at the backside of the water level control.

Inspect the hose connection on the back of the water level control and repair if it appears it could be leaky (for example, hardened and loose or cracked).

You can test the switch by detaching the hose and blowing into the port if the switch is set to the lowest level setting. You should be able to trip it with moderate air pressure, not much more than you use to blow a balloon (literally several inches of water, to use a common pressure measurement scale). The best test is to attach an ohmmeter or continuity tester to the switch leads to verify operation - one terminal is common and goes to power, one terminal is normally closed and goes to the water valves, and the remaining terminal goes to the timer. However, if you can hear or feel the switch click when you blow into the port, it is probably good.

Next, gently tug on the hose where it goes down into the machine. It should be attached at the other end! Try firing some compressed air (about 5-10 psi) into the hose to blow out any clogs. Reassemble and test the machine. If it still overflows, you'll have to open the top to inspect the tub connection.

Note: I once worked on a machine that was clogged with a bacterial film inside the port. The customer used well water with only basic particle filtration. There was also bacterial buildup in the hose inlet screens, so I advised the customer to add an anti-bacterial filter to the plumbing to prevent a recurrence of the problem, and suggested doing a no-clothes soak with bleach to clear out the rest of the little beasties.

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Your water level switch is stuck.
Probably due to soap scum in the air dome line.
Remove the control console screws to access the water level switch.
Remove the small plastic hose from the water level switch and blow through it to dislodge the blockage.
If it is difficult to blow through,remove the front panel and take the hose off at the air dome on the side of the tub.
Push a small wire into the air dome to clear the clog.
Replace the hose on both ends.
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