Question about Washing Machines
If you have a front-load washer then you probably have put too much soap in or not used "he" soap. Front loader use very little water and need low-sudsing soap. Most all brands now sell this "h.e" soap. What has happened is that suds have travelled up the tube to your pressure switch and have told the washer's computer that there are too many suds in the machine. The machine thinks that there is water in the tub even it there is not. You can either let it sit for a day or two or try unplugging it and then run a few hot rinses, without any soap, until you don't see anymore suds in the tub.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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