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Tub faucet (hot side) won't turn off when tight and the shutoff valve won't stop the water either

sound like you need a new valve in the hot water Faucet the rubber washer or cartridge depending on what type of faucet you have

May 09, 2014 | Sunrise Specialty Cast Iron Claw Foot Tub...


I bought and installed a new 3 valve cold water valve for my W2277HB. Initially...

If you are getting the IE fault code or error code from your LG washing machine then you need to know why you are getting that code and what do you need to do to fix the problem.


This error code is caused when the washing machine does not fill up with water in about eight minutes. The washing machine gives its self eight minutes to reach the right water level. If there is a problem that keeps the water from entering fast enough the machine will shut down and give the IE error or fault code.

The most likely problem that will cause this fault or error code is that the water hose screens are plugged with dirt and debris. Most all washing machines have some type of water filter in the hoses or in the machine at the entering point for the water. Dirt and debris will build up in these filters till in restricts the water flow enough to cause this problem.

The other cause for this error is if you happen to reverse the hoses. If the cold water hose is on the hot side and the hot is on the cold side it can also cause to alarm. If the filters look clean then check the location of the hoses and make sure that they are properly connected.

Check that the water valves where the hoses connect to the domestic water supply are on completely. Some valves are difficult to tell if they are completely on or not.

If you need to reset your washing machine fault or error codes you can do this by unplugging the machine and then holding the start/pause button for five seconds. Then plug the machine back in and the code should be removed.

on Jul 01, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Something must be clogged because the water wont flow into the machine and sprays around the top of the hose end at the washer. I checked the little filter under the hose and its clean.

There should be lights blinking, indicating a fault.
If this unit is brand new call warranty service.
If this unit has run in the past you will need either a new intake valve or new computer sequencer board.

Dec 04, 2012 | Haier HLP21E Top Load Washer

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Water leaks into my smartdrive 058 machine throught the wash cycle and when the machine is switched off.

you need a new water valve for the unit. The solenoid is getting stuck in the open position (at least partially) and allowing water to continue to come through even after the water valve is no longer energized. This can be caused by normal wear and tear or sediment from your pipes getting stuck in the valve. This is especially true if you have well water or have recently had any plumbing work done in your house like a new hot water heater or something like that installed.

Nov 16, 2012 | Fisher and Paykel Washing Machines

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Samsung J845 had a 4E error cleaned filters leading to water valve still did not fix so purchased new water inlet valve, Installed and now have 0E error and even when turning power off water still flows ....

Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,

1) Is the new valve connected correctly- wires definitely in the right place?
2) If you still have the old valve put that back in to see if the symptoms are as they were. If the symptoms have changed another fault has developed ;-0(
3) If the symptoms are back to how they were originally i.e. 4E/no water there is a problem with the new valve OR possibly it is/was wired incorrectly (?)
4) If you cannot check with the old valve it means a service call ;-0(

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Thanks and good luck!
John C

Jun 06, 2011 | Washing Machines

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Hi I only have cold water coming out of my shower when I turn it to both positions Thanks

Providing you have hot water everywhere else except shower, you have a bad mixing valve. Turn water off to your shower. You can pop out center piece of your plastic handle then remove screw and the rest of handle. There is a kind of c-clip that goes through the brass stem, through a slot in the side, you will need to remove, it might help to push in on mixing valve stem. When the c-clip is removed, the mixing valve should pull out from the brass stem. Depending on whether original install, if grease was used, it should pull out with some twisting and prying.Note how it comes out because you will want to put new one in same way. Sometimes these can be a real pain to get out, I have never broken one but, they can be tough and you don't want to break your lines. After old one is out, do the best you can to clean out inside valve. Make sure you apply grease to new valve. If water is backwards after install of new valve, hot on right, remove valve and turn 180 deg and re-install.

Apr 24, 2011 | Moen & One Handle Tub & Shower Faucet

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The water inlet valve dose not work, therefor the machin can not start. The inlet water signal light is off, however I checked the water pressure that was ok, also there is a noise in the valve. Is the...


Welcome to FixYa.

Based on your description, "The water inlet valve dose not work...also there is a noise in the valve. Is the valve is damaged???"... and to answer your question, the issue is likely with the inlet/water valve, yes.

**To remedy this you will need to check and possibly replace the valve, not surprising for Bosch unfortunately**

This is what to look for..i.e.


As long as your model number is indeed correct, this info below will be accurate.

Original part is # 425458. It usually retails for about $20 - $30USD at places such as "" "" to name a couple.

**Before attempting to repair the unit please turn off the power and the water supply to the first**

If you remove the lower kick plate/toe panel, you will see the inlet valve to your left...



Replacing it or to check for debris in the filter/screen at the inlet is pretty straight forward. Here`s how...

1) undo the water line. ( here you can visually inspect the screen in the valve...if nothing noted, you'll likely need to replace it as follows )

2) Remove the two #20 torx screws fastening it in place.


3) the feed tube to the machine at the back of the valve and swap it with the new one.


Once the new one is in you should be good to go.

Let me know if you need any further assistance, otherwise good luck.

Thanks for visiting FixYa.



Jan 27, 2011 | Bosch 24 in. SHE44C02UC / SHE44C06UC /...

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F&P GW611 with a cold water trickling in. Looked like a weak solenoid so replaced with a new one part 420148P and no real difference. To get by swapped hot with cold solenoids. Now finding hot water is...

Check 1st if water is flowing well from the hose. hold it over the sink or bucket/if not could be faulty water valve..Put valves back to original as hot may have a reducer to cut down pressure hence the pulsing that you say...

Feb 08, 2010 | Washing Machines

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No water in ice maker or water in door

Check out the water dispenser is working good condition or not. also check the value. Also the dual water valve did indeed fix the problem of no water in the icemaker. It was very easy to change out. First unplug the refrigerator, turn off the water to the icemaker and then pull out the refrigerator for easy access. Have a small pan ready to catch the water in the tubes. The water valve on my refrigerator was located at the right rear and was screwed via a bracket to a frame member. Remove the fiber or cardboard cover which is about 4'x1' to get to the valve. It might be a good idea to take a digital picture now of the old water valve showing the orientation of the plastic tubes; when you replace it the tubes should have the same orientation so you have no worry about a kink.
Remove the copper tubing from the valve with a half inch wrench, then unscrew and remove the two plastic tubes. Drain the tubes in the small pan. Mark the tubes (right and left) so you know where they go on the new valve. Unscrew the entire valve from the frame (two screws) and pull the valve out carefully. Remove the two electric plugs from the old water valve and mark them left and right.

The copper tubing goes back in the new valve but do not use the old compression washer. I cut the tubing off about one inch because the old compression washer would not come off. I also used the new half inch copper nut which came in the kit instead of using the original. Slide the copper nut up the copper tube, slide on the compression washer, then slide the copper tubing down inside the fitting on the new water valve. Screw the copper nut securely with a half inch open end wrench. The copper tube probably was secured to the back of the refrigerator with a bracket so remember to put it back into the bracket; this prevents the tube from getting bent when you are moving the refrigerator back and forth.

Next screw the original plastic tubes (left and right) onto the proper fitting of the new water valve. Be careful not to screw them too tightly; do not use a wrench.

Then plug the electrical connections back into the new water valve, left and right. Carefully push everything back inside the bottom of the refrigerator and screw it back to the frame. Take a look at your picture and make sure the tubes are oriented properly. That's it. Turn the water back on the copper feed tube, plug it in, and make sure nothing leaks.

Replace the fiberboard and push the refrigerator back to the wall. If the icemaker does not start immediately, put about 1/2 cup of water in the tray and let it restart the cycle. It will freeze the water, eject the cubes, and then magically water will flow back into the itray.

Thanks Good Luck

Aug 21, 2009 | KitchenAid Refrigerators

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Using Burnzy's solution for little/no water

My picture had arrows with labels indicating the location of the pump and the check valve, but they disappeared when I posted it. Anyway, It sounds like you have located the check valve that causes most of the brewing problems. The valve is white and semi-transparent with a spring in the middle. When this valve fails, water flows from the tanks and down into the air pump (white/silver cylinder) which disables the pump.

I have repaired three of these now, and two needed new check valves, but only one just needed to be cleaned. I found the valves on ebay for $7.00 (try seller; "Dartbikes"). if you do need to replace the valve, make sure that you purchase a high heat (275+ deg F)rated 1/4" to 1/4" check valve. The new valve will not be identical to the original, so will be adding the valve under the original. This should fix your problem... however, one of the units I fixed had a frozen pump which was caused by the water that got into it. I was able to open the pump and free the frozen parts with silicone, then it worked fine again.

As for your second question, no you don't need to run a cycle or drain it before opening the unit. However, you should unplug the machine to prevent getting shocked. Though, you may need to power in on a few times while it's open to test it. So if you do, don't touch any terminals or exposed wires.

Good luck and let me know if you still have questions, Erik

Feb 22, 2008 | Keurig B100 Coffee Maker

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