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Washing machine hwen i fill the washing machine with water the water runs out immediately I think the valve in the pump is stuck in the discharge position, any suggestions on how to fix without taking pump out?

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I had the same problem. but alas i had to remove pump and found my girlfreinds panties in pump. but it was easy to do. have a lot of towels handy if you do it.

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GE profile wpre6150k2wt washer never fills up, water runs in and immediately drains and the cycle never stops. Status timer on front just has spinning lights


Washer fills with water then drains:

The critical question is. Is the water is just running down the drain but the pump isn't running. If it is being pumped out, and you can hear the pump running just the same as when it's emptying prior to spin then it could be aborting the wash because it is, or it thinks it's overheating. ( due to defective water temperature switch)

If the pump is failing to shut off then there is something wrong with the electronics. If your washer is a mechanical timer controlled device then you may have a sticking switch (which may explain if switching cycles does something for you). But if you have an electronic timer then you may be experiencing a board failure, where a cycle is being commanded when it is not intended to by design.


If water isn't being pumped out, but just draining away all the time, the washer will keep detecting there isn't enough water inside and top up with more.
Modern washing machines should be sophisticated enough to realize something's wrong and abort with an error, but if not, it may continue washing or rinsing for a short while before losing enough water to trigger more coming in again. It can get stuck on this cycle indefinitely and it's called siphoning.
Siphoning occurs when the end of the drain hose is lower than the level of the water inside the washing machine.
Try raising the hose and see what happens.
Also the drain hose should have some type of air gap where it fits into the stand pipe. It should not have an air tight fit.

Again Either it's siphoning down the drain due to an issue with the plumbing, it's overfilling, or also if it ( THE WATER) overheats then in some machines the software will employ a fill and drain tactic to cool down the water. The important thing is to work out which of these different faults is causing the problem by careful observation.


Other switch's to check would be the water inlet valve and the water pressure switch with a multi meter for continuity or OHMS.

And in some modern washers that come with THERMISTORS:
One symptom of a washing machine that thinks it's overheating and thus fills and drains at same time ( possibly because of a faulty thermistor) is if it's filling with cold water and pumping out at the same time. This is covered in this articleWashing machine fills and drains at same timealthough the same symptom can be caused by other faults.

By the way my advice is free cuz God is good!

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The valve will not energize if the float is up at the limit. Sometimes a bit of soapscum can leave the float in the up position. When this happens no water is allowed into the chamber. Move the float up and down and clean the travel using a bleach spray.

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sounds like a defective pressure switch that is just a spdt pressure operated switch and its stuck on the timer side of this switch and can't switch back to the fill side of the switch to fill the machine first before starting agitation,check voltage from the water fill wire off this switch for line voltage,then check from the wire on this switch to the timer for line voltage,probably no voltage from the water fill valve wire so it can't fill

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We have a whirlpool LSR7233EZO. When I set the dial where it should fill with water no water runs in but the agitator runs. This happens on any of the load choices. From what I've been able to find out I...


Your problem sounds like a faulty water level switch,not your fill valve. With the machine empty at the beginning of your cycles, the switch should internally be in the "empty" position to energize your fill valve solenoid(s), then when the machine completes the filling to the level selected on your water level knob, the level switch repositions to the "full" position to energize your timer to advance the cycle. If the switch is stuck in the "full" position all the time, as soon as you pull your timer knob out to start any cycle, the machine already thinks it has filled to the desired level, and immediately energizes your timer to advance to the wash step and begin agitation, even though the tub is dry. I will refer you to the following link for a video showing you the fill/switch replacement procedure: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIs9gX0YjxI&feature=related

I hope I've addressed your problem as described

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Hi just read your posting.Now by the information you have in your posting it tells me that while your machine is filling it is also draining the water out of the machine?Is that correct?Is your machine draining water into your laundry sink or somewhere else? These machines have 2 types of pump.Please look under your machine to the front right and see if you can see the pump.It should have a red or black fan attached to it.The other type of pump has no fan.Please reply with additional information on the type of pump and where it is draining to and I can help you rectify this fault.It sounds like your diverter valve is stuck in the drain out position.When your machine fills it should be in the recirculating position.Looking forward to your reply.

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