Question about Crosley CCW5294W Top Load Washer
The water won't stop filling up. The water overfilled and went all over the floor. In order for me to shut it off I had to turn off the water from the pipe in the wall. I had to manually move the nob to the drain and spin cycle for it to drain. Please help!!
There is a fault in the pressure switch, all machine have a pressure switch, this is normally a part about 5 to 8 cms in diameter and about 3 to 5 cms thick with a small pipe running down to the bottom of the drum or some part quite low on the machine that holds water. maybe a drain pipe the pressure switch is located near the top of the machine inside the cabinet somewhere you should be easily able to get to with the lid or back off THIS THIN PIPE could be BLOCKED or has been damaged, it works by the weight of the water pushing air up this pipe to activate the switch, if the machine has been laid down or tipped up it can sometimes be reset by draining every bit of water from the machine, first by pumping the normal way, then unplug from mains and remove a pipe from the pump and drain the last bit out, this sometimes lets the pipe reset itself best of luck, if i have helped please rate me
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
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