Question about Washing Machines
There could be 2 components that cause this problem on your washer. One is the water fill valve and the other is the water level control. The water fill valve found at the end of the tubing for your hot or cold water if the one that lets the water in. It has an electrical component called a solenoid that tells the valve to open or close. You may want to check if the connections are loose or if there is no continuity in the solenoid then it may need replacing. Check the valve if it closes completely or not. It may be set to close but it has not closed completely letting some water in. Another is the water level control. An air tight hose is connected to the tub at the bottom towards the top part of the washer. At the hose's end at the opposite side of the tub us the water level control. Check if the hose is properly in place or the wiring on the water level control. Or the water level control may be faulty.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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