Question about Washing Machines
Have you checked the inlet filters on the water hoses ?
If you unscrew the water hoses from the machine, and look inside the connections on the machine, you should see the filters - they are usually a plastic "cage" supporting a gauze or fine mesh. These can be pulled out (you may need tweezers or fine nosed pliers) and washed under a running tap.
If this doesnt cure it, check that the water supplies where the hoses connect to your house plumbing are actually fully on and flowing properly.
Otherwise, there is probably a fault with the solenoid valves on the machine, but check out their wiring/connectors back to the control board/timer switch first before condeming the solenoid valves.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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