Question about Washing Machines
Try switch in the load size?? sounds like your having a problem with the pressure/ water level switch. it must think its full of water already. you would need to pop open the control panel. either 2 screws located on back of console (while looking over the top of machine and straight down you should see 2 Phillips head screws in both corner of top screwing straight down. if not the 2 front end caps will pop of control panel to reveal the screws. undo the screws and tip the console back( its hinged), the far left is the pressure switch, it has a clear plastic tubing leading to it. remove the tube and try blowing through it(clear the line) try also blowing back into the switch itself you should hear it click. if after that it still doesnt work id say the switch is no good
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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