Question about Washing Machines
We realize that the machine is set for conservation, but there doesn't appear to be enough water to clean our clothes properly. We want to change the sensor to allow for more water to fill the washing machine. How do we accomplish this task?
You probably don't need as much water as you think you do. If you use the HE detergent, it will not suds up like a top loader. The water and detergent are concentrated and uses much less water. The only way to get more water in the machine is to use a larger size wash load option. Hope this solves all your problems for you.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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