Question about Washing Machines
Water drips into drum when machine is not in use. Can you help me?
Your solenoid valve is probably not sealing it is on the back on the washer where the water lines connect. They do go bad after a while and are fairly cheap and easy to replace. $20-$30 dollar range. Just remember to unplug the washer before you replace it. You should be able to order it online using the model number and serial number of the unit. Good luck You should only need a 5/16 wrench or socket and channel locks to replace this item.
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
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