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Doesnt seem to be getting water supply

Power is on and ok water is turned on but not coming through to the machine

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Machine starts, fills with water, then stops with


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Please kindly check the wires if any other parts of the machine is damaged if you found that other parts of the machine id ok means kindly check the motor wire whether power supply is properly coming to the motor if power is ok means kindly change the motor since i think motor coil is short circuited

May 18, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Machine will not spin or drain water.


I have a problem with my MW512AU. Sometimes it drains after wash cycle, but sometimes it sticks when it goes to spin, doesn't get up to speed, water comes on for about 10 seconds and shuts off, and it tries to spin again. If I hit the wash progress switch it goes directly to final spin and works ok. I then have to run a 2nd wash cycle to rinse the clothes. I also noticed a buzzing sound when I turn on the power point, which lasts about 3 seconds before stopping. It will come back on every 3-4 minutes for 30 seconds. This is with the machine power switch off. It powers on normally.

Mar 13, 2010 | Fisher and Paykel GWL11 Top Load Washer

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No water is coming thru the water valve to fill the dishwasher. The water is turned on. I had a Kenmore portable dishwasher and we just converted it to a built-in. The electricity is on and the water line...


Most probable cause a faulty intake solenoid.

OK start simple and go from there.

If your have power and light etc come on then we know you are good for power. I'll assume that is OK.

If you are not getting any lights on the machine you have a power issue or a stuck float valve. That requires another explanation.


Check the shutoff for the water supply to the unit.

I will also assume there is no water collecting inside the unit.

Water enters this machine under city water pressure. It is not pumped in. A solenoid switch opens the system and allows the water in. The solenoid is controlled by the timer. So those at the two things you need to check.

When the machine starts you should hear a click as the solenoid opens. The solenoid in located under the machine. Turn the machine on and listen for the click. If you do not hear a click we have a problem.

Remove the machine. It is usually screwed to the underside of the counter. You may have to lower it by turning the feet with a wrench. Usually you can lift it enough to get it to slide out.

With the machine on in the start of the cycle your timer should be telling the solenoid to open. To test put a test light or voltage meter across the terminals of the solenoid. The solenoid is located where the water supply line connects under the unit. If you have power the timer is working. You would replace the solenoid. If you do not have power the timer is faulty.

Chances are it is the solenoid. Just unscrew, disconnect the water lines and find a replacement part. Installation is the reverse of removal.

Hope this helps. Please rate this answer if it helps you.

Mar 13, 2010 | Dishwashers

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No water enter the machine


Most probable cause a faulty intake solenoid.

OK start simple and go from there.

If your have power and light etc come on then we know you are good for power. I'll assume that is OK.

If you are not getting any lights on the machine you have a power issue or a stuck float valve. That requires another explanation.


Check the shutoff for the water supply to the unit.

I will also assume there is not water collecting inside the unit.

Water enters this machine under city water pressure. It is not pumped in. A solenoid switch opens the system and allows the water in. The solenoid is controlled by the timer. So those at the two things you need to check.

When the machine starts you should hear a click as the solenoid opens. The solenoid in located under the machine. Turn the machine on and listen for the click. If you do not hear a click we have a problem.

Remove the machine. It is usually screwed to the underside of the counter. You may have to lower it by turning the feet with a wrench. Usually you can lift it enough to get it to slide out.

With the machine on in the start of the cycle your timer should be telling the solenoid to open. To test put a test light or voltage meter across the terminals of the solenoid. The solenoid is located where the water supply line connects under the unit. If you have power the timer is working. You would replace the solenoid. If you do not have power the timer is faulty.

Chances are it is the solenoid. Just unscrew, disconnect the water lines and find a replacement part. Installation is the reverse of removal.

Hope this helps. Please rate this answer if it helps you.

Mar 12, 2010 | LG 24 in. LDS 5811 Built-in Dishwasher

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Water won't come on


OK start simple and go from there.

If your have power and light etc come on then we know you are good for power. I'll assume that is OK.

Check the shutoff for the water supply to the unit.

I will also assume there is not water collecting inside the unit.

Water enters this machine under city water pressure. It is not pumped in. A solenoid switch opens the system and allows the water in. The solenoid is controlled by the timer. So those at the two things you need to check.

When the machine starts you should hear a click as the solenoid opens. The solenoid in located under the machine. Turn the machine on and listen for the click. If you do not hear a click we have a problem.

Remove the machine. It is usually screwed to the underside of the counter. You may have to lower it by turning the feet with a wrench. Usually you can lift it enough to get it to slide out.

With the machine on in the start of the cycle your timer should be telling the solenoid to open. To test put a test light or voltage meter across the terminals of the solenoid. The solenoid is located where the water supply line connects under the unit. If you have power the timer is working. You would replace the solenoid. If you do not have power the timer is faulty.

Chances are it is the solenoid. Just unscrew, disconnect the water lines and find a replacement part. Installation is the reverse of removal.

Hope this helps. Please rate this answer if it helps you.

Mar 10, 2010 | GE Nautilus 24" Built-in Dishwasher

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Smoke and a burning smell coming from washer, wont spin water out


Do the following.

  1. Switch off the machine and disconnect the mains power and Turn off the water supply to the machine.
  2. Remove the access panel on the lower right front of the machine.
3. Remove the filter and make sure that the filter is not blocked and is clean and clear of all debris. Clean as required. Note that depending on the machine type you may get a lot of water coming out of the filter when you remove it if the machine has not drained successfully. Note that if the machine has stopped and not fully drained then you may be able to drain out the excess water by removing or disconnecting the waste hose and laying it on the ground in a tray. It may take a few minutes to empty but it will save a small flood.
4. Proceed by checking the drain hose for proper connection and kinks and make sure that it is not blocked.
5. Also check that the main waste drain pipe, if you use one, is not blocked and clean if required.
6. Reconnect the power and switch the machine on.
If the problem persists then do the following.
7. Switch off the machine and disconnect the mains power.
8. Check the electrical connections at the pump and make sure it is operational.
9. Remove the connecting hoses, and expect water to drain out and make sure the pipes are not blocked with debris or any object blockage.
10. Makes sure the pump appears clear and that the impeller looks in good condition.
11. Reconnect the hoses and then reconnect power and switch the machine on.
12. If problem has not been corrected, then remove the pump and check that the drive coupling to the motor is OK and that the motor turns OK. If all is well then replace the pump.

The smell may well be coming from the motor if it is overleaded or has a problem. If the above does not solve the issue then you may be looking at the replacement of the motor.

Oct 26, 2009 | Maytag Atlantis MAV6000 Top Load Washer

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Hotpoint , no power, full of water


Turn off the water supply to the machine

Take the drain hose off the back of the machine and drop it into a bucket , you will need to do this several times.(Take off any clips that stop it from being laid flat on the floor)

Once all of the water is out of the machine try powering it up again, if it lights up do a spin to get the clothes dry , leaving the outlet hose in the bucket.

If that works then once the machine is dry try turning on the water supply with the machine turned off , if water runs into the machine then you have a faulty fill valve.

If that is ok then check the pressure switch and Air Bell which sits on the back of the main drum you could have a soap ball in the Air Bell which will false out the machine and cause overfilling

If there is no power check the mains supply to the wall outlet then the plug top wiring and any fuse fitted inside the plug top

After that it is down to a man with a test meter

Jul 17, 2009 | Kenmore Elite 45986 Front Load Washer

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Maytag Fabri-Matic Front loader - water won't enter machine


Hi Kathy. Let's try to go through this step by step. Is there water pressure in the pipes leading to the machine? You might be able to check this if there is another appliance on the same pipework. If, say, a dishwasher next to the washing machine works OK then the problem lies in the washing machine.
No there is no water there either - then maybe a valve in the pipework has been clogged up with grit from the water supply. This can happen if the water supply company has being carrying out maintenance nearby. Closing and opening the valves in the line can often clear this kind of blockage.
Yes there is water pressure - then check for a kink in the hose leading to the machine.
OK there? Disconnect the machine from the power socket, turn off the water supply to the machine and disconnect the supply hose(s) at the machine. Check the little gauze filter where the pipe(s) go into the machine and clear them of any build-up of grit. If there is a blockage visible it would be a good idea to turn the water back on a little and run the hose into a bucket to get rid of grit in the flexible hoses.
OK there too? Maybe the electrically operated inlet valve itself is jammed shut. When you turn on the power to the machine and start a wash cycle you should hear a click as the valve opens. If you don't, the inlet valve could be clogged up or broken, or an electrical connection may have come off through vibration. If this is the case you may need to get an engineer to investigate the matter.
I hope this helps - if not please give further details if you can and I'll try to think of something else :-)

Jun 29, 2008 | Maytag MAH6500 Neptune Front Loading...

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