Question about Washing Machines
When water is not drained completely, there are several possibilities of damage. The first is that the pump is stuck and / or not working properly. In that case you have to review it. Some have a cleaning gate, others have to be disassembled and verify their operation. The second may be that the external drain hose is connected to a drain tube higher than the washer, therefore the pump would not have the capacity and force to drive all the water. The third is that the pressure switch is not working well and therefore gives an erroneous signal that all the water has already been emptied.In that case to discard the pressure switch you must test it in the minimum filling and then put it to centrifuge to empty verifying that all the water comes out Water.
Posted on Oct 09, 2019
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