Question about Washing Machines
Thankfully for me, it was a much simpler (and free) problem. It required re-attaching the plastic hose that runs from the drum area to the level switch. Apparently it just vibrated loose after ten years of reliable use. Getting access to the hose requires taking the control panel off, popping the two clips that hold the back to the top, then pulling the back panel back far enough to reach in and push the tube back onto the attachment point. This is on the right, rear of the machine (the left side as you look from the rear). The tricky part was getting the machine back together, otherwise it was a simple repair. Hope that's all it is for you.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
The water level sensor is likely faulty and needs to be replaced. You can get part, part #, picture, diagram and more at partstore.com
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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