Question about Whirlpool GHW9400SU Front Load Stacked Washer / Dryer
I have a 2003 Whirlpool Duet. Recently clear water is slowing accumulating in the front loader drum after the washing is done for the week. So after being idle for a week, there's a pool of clear water in the drum. Where is the water coming from?
When the machine is off, there are only two ways water could possibly enter. 1 Check the drain hose install, that it is not installed deep in the standpipe, if the hose is shoved too deep, it can sometimes siphon (rare with front loaders) water back into the machine.
2. Most likely cause, a slow leak from the water valve. Sometimes the water solenoid will not close completely, and you will get a very, very slow leak into the machine.
If not the drain hose, try shutting off the water supply valves when done using the machine, if that takes care of it, you may want to replace the machine's inlet valve.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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