Question about Washing Machines
If I do not use my washing machine for a few weeks it overfills the drum and water spills out during washing, I suspect the water level pressure switch gets stuck. It usually settles down after 2 uses. Now it is underfilling during wash and rinse cycles so that washing is not cleaned or rinsed. I think the water level pressure switch is at fault because if I disconnect the vacume tube during the cycle, then reconnect it then overfills with water (double dose). There are 4 plastic adjustment screws on the pressure switch. Please can you explain what each of these screws do and if there is any way I can service the pressure switch?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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