Question about Kenmore 24902 Top Load Washer
Put washer in Rinse/2nd rinse Cycle. Starts to fill, push knob in to stop the fill, but continues to fill for 30 more seconds. I found water on the floor earlier, and I think it may have over filled, since it doesn't stop. I think it's the timer, but not 100% sure.
No the timer doesn't control the water fill the pressure switch does you have three possibility's either the pressure switch is malfunctioning or a water valve is hanging open or the pressure switch pressure hose is leaking or off the tub the pressure switch is connected to the knob that lets you select the water level in the tub if you back out the two screws on the front or back of the end caps depending on the model you can pull the control panel forward and tilt it back to access the pressure switch its gold in color and has a clear latex hose attached to it also take the hose loose and blow through it to make sure its clear with the washer empty of course lol if you need more info just reply to me be glad to help water can also leak out from the pressure switch hose if a mouse has chewed through it or its come loose from the tub
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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