Question about Washing Machines
Either you have a bad water level switch or the tubing that attahes to the switch has either come disconnected from one end of tub and or switch, or the tubing itself has a hole/crack in it.. the top can be removed and the switch can be inspected, usually 2 swcrews on either side of the console front(sometimes hidden by the end capswhich just pop off with a twist of screw driver will allow you to tip the console back to view the components
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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