Question about Washing Machines
Not sure what is happening here. Sounds like a pressure switch that you think of as a "wash size" selector switch is seeing the correct amount of water for the size load you have selected, yet that amount is not there and the switch stops the water flow before it's reached the proper amount.
Could be a problem with that switch.
Could be that the flow of water is obstructed some way.
My bet: Could be that the water is not turned on to the washer fully and the timer times out the flow of water before its up to your desired level.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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