Question about Washing Machines
Take off the pressure to the inlet valve or valves by turning off the wall supply
Unscrew the hose connectors making sure that you mark which ones they go back onto if your machine fills both hot and cold
Look inside the opening there will be lots of gung inside , pull out the filters carefully
You may need a pair or long nosed pliers
Wash out the filters and re-assemble
If that does not improve the flow , change the valve
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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