On all cycle, I observed the entire cycle and no water sprayed. No water coming out of the holes rather water slowly coming out of the drum holes during rinse cycle. The first tech that service the unit has no knowledge of this new model. Second tech with an impressive lap top computer, said it is "normal"(???) that there is no noticeable water (no water at all) coming out of the jet spray. I don't believe it or else that jet spray unit is a useless part of the washer.
Could it be that the water tube connecting the jet spray (if any) was disconnected?
If no water is coming out at all, it might be that the inlet filter is clogged or the Est. time shows the code IE. To clean out the inlet filters, unplug the washer, turn off the water, open the valves, take a filter cap thing and try rinsing it out. To put it back to operational use, reverse the steps above.
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The water is supposed to spray in sporatically during spin...but not steady water spray.
If it's steady for the whole spin it is probably the timer spray signals or the wires from the timer to the spray solenoids.
You may need a diagram to assist in tracing these wires.
The most effective way to clean mold is with bleach. If you have an empty spray bottle, mix a solution of 1 part bleach to 4 parts water. Use the spray bottle to direct the spray at every affected area and let sit for about an hour. Now, put a small amount of bleach in each container (2 ounces) and directly in the tub itself. Run a full wash cycle with (no clothes in the tub) the settings for whites. When the cycle has ended you may want to run another empty cycle if you can still smell bleach to be sure no hidden residue gets on your colored clothes. Be careful when spraying the bleach you don't spray towards yourself.
take out the soap drawer clean in hot water inside the machine where you took the soap drawer out at the top look for the hole where the water runs out it may be blocked with mildew dettox mildew spray is very good at breaking all that down spray in leave for a while put soap draw back in and do a wash without clothing as spray contains bleach
I had same thing with MtgNeptune frnt loader. Manual sed may be a kink in the front drain hose, caused by sudden burst in water pressure. Not in my case. A service call and $90 laterwasn't fixed. I pulled the soap tray and found rinse water wasn't going down the well as fast as it was filling, causing water to spill down front, and around the door. I turned down the water pressure 2 days ago and 9 loads later- no problem! It may take a few minutes longer to fill, but far less work than mopping after each load or hitting 'pause' and 'start' while waiting for the the water level to go down. We're on a well and ocassionally have change in water pressure. I don't know if this was the problem, but it was definately my solution! I turned the intake vavles at the wall to 1/2 pressure. Floor is staying dry and the drain tray beneath is also dry ($12.00 Menards). I hope this helps.
Disconnect the plug from the outlet. Remove the top of the washer panel by removing the 2 back hex screws then sliding it back to lift it off of the washer. Take off the front control panel by removing the phillips screws holding it in place. Remove the dispenser drawer. Check the dispenser housing for clogs or lime build up at the bottom of the dispenser housing. Or the drain hose (large black hose attached to the front of the drawer housing) to the washer may be crimped or clogged.
THIS WILL BE SIMPLE =)
TIP THE MACHINE BACK SO YOU CAN LAY UNDER IT
TOWARDS THE BACK ON THE RIGHT THERE IS A DIVERTER VALVE YOU DONT EVEN NEED ANY TOOLS AS THE CLAMPS ARE FINGER CLAMS
THE DIVERTER WILL BE COVERD IN PLASTIC AND HAVE TWO WIRES GOING INTO IT (I BELIEVE ITS RED AS WELL)
MORE THAN LIKELY SOMETHING IS JAMBED IN THERE CAUSING IT TO BE PARTIALLY OPEN DURING THE SPIN CYCLE AND WATER IS COMING OUT ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE TUB(SPRAYING IN THE SHAPE OF A FAN) WHEN IT HITS THE TUB(WHICH WILL BE SPINNING VERY FAST) IT GETS THROWN ALL OVER THE CABINET
HOPE I MADE IT AS EASY AS IT SHOULD BE TO FIX
the spray holes in the soap manifold are partially blocked and spraying at an angle. try to reduce the water flow pressure at the feed tap and clean the water holes in the soap tray manifold (above the tray).