Question about Washing Machines
I would check for a cold water supply problem since cold water is supposed to be what is used in the rinse cycle. If only hot water is being supplied it would explain the suds thing. I would take a look at the water inlet valve and would pay particular attention to the cold water side. Unplug the machine and remove the supply hoses. Check the small metal screens inside the openings on the water inlet valve and make sure they are clear of rust or debris. Next, check the solenoids using a multimeter or ohmmeter and test for continuity. A lack of continuity would indicate a faulty solenoid and the water inlet valve assy will need to be replaced. I will attach a photo for reference. Really sorry for your trouble and I hope this helped. Best wishes.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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