Question about Washing Machines
When the water selector switch is on Super, the washing machine overflows and water is all over the floor. I'm assuming that the water selector switch is bad or is there an adjustment screw on the switch to make it fill to the right level? I currently have the front panel/top panel and control center off to look at problem and it looks like the only water that was coming out was from the overflow tube onto the floor. Please let me know if I can fix this by adjusting something or replacing the Water Level Switch.
The tube connected to the water level switch doesn't appear to have any water or air in it although I haven't disconnected it for any reason yet. It fills to the right level on Small and Large Selector Settings. Again let me know.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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