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Admiral washer After the wash cycle the washer emptied the water onto the floor.

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Theres two solutions to your problem.
One: Inspect to see if your water hoses have not torn. Replace either the cold or hot water hose.
Two: Check to see that your drain see not backing up. This will spill the water out and on to the floor. And also check the drainage hose that it has no damage to it.

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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Check from where does the water come? From the bottom of the machine or from the the drain plumbing tubing?

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My admiral washer does not work on wash cycle. It will rinse and spin on any cycle but wash


hi Marilyn.
this is what i have found but not sure if this will help you out,if not go to the link at the bottom and see if it helps you out.

Step 1

Make sure the washer's cord is plugged in to a functioning outlet if the Admiral washer won't fill with water. Check your circuit breaker to make sure the power is on and reset it if necessary. Reset the dial and start the washer again. Turn both of the washer's faucets on to full power. Untangle any inlet hoses to remove clogs. If this doesn't work, your hose filter screens could be clogged. Disconnect the hoses from the washer and clean the screens of any residue.

Step 2

Close the washer's lid completely if the Admiral washer will not agitate. The washer will not start if the lid is open. Restart the washer by setting the control dial to the desired cycle. Momentary pauses during cycles can be expected. You may need to wait a minute or two to see if the washer starts. Check the circuit breaker to make sure the washer is getting power. Reset the circuit breaker if necessary.

Step 3

Check and reset the circuit breaker as above if the Admiral washer will not spin or drain. Untangle any of the washer's hoses to allow water into the machine. Check your drains for clogs that may be preventing water to move into the washing machine. Close the lid and restart the washer. The washer will not start if the lid is not completely closed. If there are excessive soap bubbles in the washer, the washer may have locked up because of this. Wash the load again without adding detergent.

Step 4

Rearrange the laundry so it is evenly distributed if the Admiral washer stops or if laundry is still wet at the end of a cycle. Untangle any laundry from the center post in the wash tub. Select the correct water level for the amount of laundry. Select a normal spin cycle for jeans, towels or other heavy loads. Close the lid and start the washer.

Step 5

Check the hoses to make sure they are tightly connected to the Admiral washer if it leaks water. If they are loose, tighten them with a screwdriver. Make sure the drain hose is secured to the drainage area. Avoid putting too much laundry in your machine or soaking laundry for over 30 minutes.

Step 6

Make sure the Admiral washer is on a level plane if it is excessively noisy. If it is not on even ground, move the washer so that it is level. Remember that some washer noise is normal. Thin floors can cause the washer to vibrate and move about and the noise level may rise and fall depending on the speed of the cycle.

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ur drain is stoped up. the drain emptys into the sink plumbing...

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check here friend for your machine schematic:---
http://www.partselect.com/AdvancedModelSearch.aspx?ModelNum=AAV7000AWW&mfgModelNum=&fkMfgID=1
hope this helps... also any parts you require here..

regards..

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Load the machine more lightly.  Heavy water laden items like jeans and towels unbalance the machine.  Try moving them around in the tub and restarting.  Also, if the machine is not sitting firmly on the floor, it will vibrate more.  Make sure that all 4 legs are contacting the floor to make the machine stable.  If the floor is not sturdy, you will need a piece of plywood under the machine to give it a firm base.

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Hello calmtouch,

You said,
When in spinning cycle, the barrel begins to move all over banging the washer across the floor. I don't even know what to look for.
Help.

sounds like the coupling connecting the tub to the transmission may be loose and throwing the wash tub out of rotation causing the banging and walking washer.
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yes it could . If you are trying to pump the water 7 feet or more above the floor then it will at the end of the cycle get air into the drain hose causing cavatation, the result when the machines stops is the water running back down the drain hose back into the tub and that is what causes the musty smell.
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