Question about Fisher and Paykel GWL11 Top Load Washer
The valve is stuck or dirt is in it. To fix blow in the drain hose of the washer about 3-7 psi enough to hear the air bubbles in the bottom of the tank, it might take more then one shot you can blow with the mouth but not with a air hose at 50 psi the valve and hose will not like it. It has always fixed mine, good luck. To check run in spin the last led red the water should run out.
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try removing hte screws from the rear of console and within the console usually is a techsheet with an explanation of hall hte major faults
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
Hi and welcome to FixYa!
Some things to check- Start with the water pump underneath the machine in the right-front of the unit. Look for signs of rust or leakage, that would be the most likely cause. Also check the operation of the diverter valve, inspect it to make sure there is not something like a lint ball or small object caught in the flapper; this can allow water to seep out of the diverter when it is supposed to be sealed in the spin or drain cycles and this seepage will get on the tub's rim as it spins and cause a leak on the floor. This kind of leak will cause water to appear as if it is leaking between the top and the cabinet.
Word of caution- the water pump is electric, and if you allow this leaking to continue, it can actually short out boh the water pump as well as the machine control.
If afer you solve the issue, if you find that I have accurately described the problem, a FIXYA rating is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
Most likely something stuck in the pump, you need to look underneath to get to it, the pump turns anti clockwise to remove it.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
Turn power off AT THE WALL,under the wash bowl Spray some wd40 on to the pump at both ends, while this may stop it for a while. Your pump may well be on its way out. you should replace for a new one. bad pumps can cause more problems problems .
Posted on Nov 21, 2010
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