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Slow rinse cycle fill

Model 417 has an extremely slow fill for the rinse cycle. It fills just fine for the wash cycle. ???
It also will not dispense the softner.
I had it apart to see if I could find a kinked hose or loose wire to a solenoid and after I put back together it worked fine for one cycle. Now its back to filling slow even after I took it apart agin to recheck everything.
Any suggestions?

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  • fis2000 Jan 30, 2008

    Water pressure is fine. It makes a mess very quickly. lol

    I forgot to note that this symptom is also uneffected by water temp selection.

  • fis2000 Jan 30, 2008

    Yes I did. Its fine.

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Take the hose off the cold water valve and check the screen on the water valve ,make sure the cold water is on all the way and the hoses are on the right valves get a water bucket hold the cold water line in it open the cold water valve to check the pressure

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  • robert samples Jan 30, 2008

    did you check the screen on the water valve

  • robert samples Jan 30, 2008

    well washers wash on hot warm or cold but always rinse on cold only if you have a cold wash/ cold rinse setting try that and let me know how it fills on wash see where were going here

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