Question about Washing Machines
The water dribbles inside for the filling process. Had a new hot water heat placed under my house ..have two water units..(reserve)..and I noticed the water in the kitchen sink "sputtered" a good bit to get the pressure correct..I washed some clothes a day later and the washing machine would only dripple. Then I attempted to start the washer again about 30 minutes later and it worked. However, 2 weeks later about 4 loads later, the washing maching is not working again...it only dribbles water from two spots in the back when you open the lid. Do you think it is the filters in the hose? Thank you for your help..
Turn off faucets for hoses to washer. disconnect hoses at washer, noting which one went where first.. Hold end of hose in washer tub and turn on faucet. If it comes out strong, check the filter screens in washer inlet valve where hoses connected. DO-NOT remove these screens. If you do it can cause flooding by allowing grit to hold open valve. Clean screens without removing them by scraping with small screwdriver and flushing with water.
Posted on Nov 22, 2007
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