Question about Whirlpool Ultimate Care II LSQ9549L Top Load Washer
I'm not an expert on washing machines but I've worked on a few Whirlpools before. I believe the sensor that measures the water depth is a pressure sensor. If that went bad it may explain your problem. Depending on the washer you have that sensor is usually located on the outside of the circular stationary tub in either the back left for back right corners of the machine. You will have to pop the top off the machine to get to this sensor. Usually the top of the machine just clips into the front and hinges in the back. Pop the front clips with a screw driver and lift the top off the machine. You should be able to see the circular stationary tub surrounded by the square metal case. Look for a sensor attached to the outside of the tub. It should have at least 2 wires going to it. The wires will probably just unplug and you will have to figure out how to replace the sensor body. It may attach to the tub body with screws or there may be a clip.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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