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My washer machine it's a admiral and it's spraying water over the side and it ends up on the floor the water lol need help plz!

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You most likely have deposits built up on the injector valve and nozzle,clean the calcium deposit from the plastic housing,
and clean the hose and valve screens of debris.

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: GWL11 Machine adds water during spin cycle and leaks on floor

diverter valve is not switching to pump the water out. instead it is resurculating back into the tub.

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SOURCE: Admiral washer wont take in cold water

I to have the same problem except it is my hot water that dribbles

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

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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.
Bless You
Huuum

Posted on Sep 19, 2008

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Possible timer problem, timer reverses motor to agitate this is not hapeniing, check timer or wiring to motor.

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SOURCE: Admiral Top Load Washer Model LNC6762B71 overflowed

Remove the control console cover. Find the water level switch.
It has a small tube attached to it.
Remove the tube and blow air through it. It is probably stopped up. Reattach it to the water level switch.
Look over the length of the tube and may sure it is not pinched.
Set the washer to spin and run spin for about 1 minute.
Then run water on a lower level and see if it shuts off.
If not replace the water level switch.

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

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Hi, What controls the water level and turns off the cold water shut-off solenoid on an Admiral washer? It sometimes sticks and floods the floor. Thanks


the water level switch (the knob that say low med. extra lg. ect) controls the water level, it probably isnt the trouble, but i suspect that the water valve (where the hoses attach)is sticking open to determine this,when it does flood unplug the machine if it continues to fill while unplugged the valve indeed is sticking

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My admiral leaks as soon as the water turns on, it appears to be coming out of the housing unit for the hoses rather then the tub or the hoses.


There are a few places that a washer could be leaking:

1) the water valve itself, it may be cracked (most are plastic), or the hose connecting it to the spout may be loose.

2) the hose from the water valve to the spout (as above) could be loose from spout or water valve. It also may be cracked or have a cut in it from wear on other parts.

3) the spout may be damaged or loose from the back plate making it misaligned so the water spills over the side of the tub.

4) the washtub may be missing a spring that keeps it centered in the machine causing the fill spout to spray water over the side of the washtub.

5) There may be a leak in the tub, pump, hoses for the pump (not likely since when it leaks)

That's all that there is to leak when it does not leak all the time. (if it were all the time you could throw the supply hoses and valves in the mix.

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Washer does not work well on spin cycle admiral aav7000aww


No you need to check ur clutch, u can check it by running the spin cycle for a few minutes then shut it off and turn machine up so u can look under it. get a spray bottle with cold water and alil soap detergent, then spray the clutch with it, if it shows or steams up or sizzles then the clutch is slipping and bad. the cluth is in the center near the tranny, should look like a round siver pc of metal about 5 inches in diameter

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Remove the control console cover. Find the water level switch.
It has a small tube attached to it.
Remove the tube and blow air through it. It is probably stopped up. Reattach it to the water level switch.
Look over the length of the tube and may sure it is not pinched.
Set the washer to spin and run spin for about 1 minute.
Then run water on a lower level and see if it shuts off.
If not replace the water level switch.

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Water overflowing from Wasing Machine AAV7000AWW Admiral


this is 1 of 2 problems. either the pressure switch is no good or the pressure switch hose has a hole in it causing the air pressure from triggering the switch. locate the pressure switch and pull the hose off the end. start the washer and try to blow into the end where the hose was connected. if the water stops then you will need to replace the pressure switch hose. if the water doesn't stop coming in then you will need to replace the pressure switch

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Admiral washer


This is either a machine fault or, more likely, an easily solvable problem.  First, spin the machine with just water in it.  If it spins smoothly, it is your fault!  
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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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.
Lower the drain if possible

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