Question about Washing Machines
I need to Convert the machine to function where there is no automatic water supply
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My washing machine is Samsung Top loading Model WA80B3, the problem is that the water inlet valve is continuously working all the time during the washing cycle and it does not stop automatically, so I have to run additional drying cycle after washing cycle and after closing the water supply manually
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
The automatic clothes washing machine counts on a pressured water system - like what is provided in a town / city or from a well that has a pressure system to deliver water at pressure like when you open a valve for a bath tub, sink or shower.
You need to have a plumber provide valve/faucets for both hot and cold water. The valves are sometimes called a "hose bibb" with a threaded end that the hoses connect to and then are connected to the back of the washer. When the hoses are connected and the valves are open, the automatic washer will open a solenoid valve when the time is right to allow water to flow in, then closees. Some owners keep the hose bibb valves open forever after they connect the washer, others close the valves after they are done washing all loads for the day/week.
You will also need a drain provided that connects into the house plumbing. The Whirlpool Duet provides the drain hose from the washer which drops into the pipe the plumber provides. It is important that the drain pipe allow air to move past the washers drain hose, to allow proper draining.
Hope that helps. Please post back how things come out, OK?
Posted on May 21, 2010
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It should be fine but I'm not sure how it will work with the 220v. Be sure that the power there is 110v red to white and 110v black to white. If the power is not, it probably won't work. Good luck
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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