Question about Washing Machines
There could be a couple different solutions. A couple things to check and test anyways. 1. Is the water valve that lets water in to machine. The one in the machine, If you are able to access it, make sure it is completely open, Check your drain and screen, make sure there is nothing in there from last rinse cycle. Otherwise machine might not fill if it senses clogged drain.
Last possibility is a bad water level sensor or door switch which both can be tested with ohmmeter or muti-tester to make sure they are both working.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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