Question about Frigidaire GLTF1670A Front Load Washer
We have a frigidaire front loader that just keeps running the water. With the helpful advice from the forum I cleaned out the two handfuls of coins from the drain boot and examined the pump. That was fixed, but the forum also suggested the fill sensor switch. I did not find that to be disconnected and it sounded like it worked when I blew pressure into it. Does it take less pressure than I can blow? Could it be another sensor? MOMike
When you blow into the tube, there should not any block, the air should pass through; then you know that the tube is okay. This should solve things....... Also note that the outlet tube is not connected to the drain at floor level; it should be at least the machine height; the machine pumps the water OVER this height. Or the water will just drain out......
Posted on Sep 26, 2007
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