Question about Haier HLP21E Top Load Washer
With every cycle. It seems not possible that they would make something like that. Is that the way it is suppose to be? Should it stop accepting water, but not allow the water to leak. Then accept more water for the rinse? Anyone have this same model? Do you have to get up to turn the water off when its ready to wash.
To both of your problems... yes, this washer is electronic, and won't even continue the cycle until it's full. It has a pressure switch just like a normal washing machine, and it sounds like yours are faulty (seems to be a common problem with the HLP21E). You can try tearing it apart and recalibrating the switch yourself, but if you're not familiar with that, just call Haier. As of today you should still be under the full replacement warranty if it was new when you posted this ;)
Posted on May 21, 2008
Need more info not sure i understand but sounds like a pressure switch or water valve problem
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