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Re: Water filling while door is open
If water is constanty dribbling into the machine then there is a leaking water valve on the machine, if not leaking in all the time then exessive water pressure at some time, dont thing it is the control
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sounds like a water fill problem to me, normally at start of cycle door locked, program set, start water solenoid opens and fills machine with water, once water reaches set level heater will come on and wash program will commence,
so if you have a restriction in the water supply/ water tap not turned on correctly, on blockage in water solenoid valve water flow to machine will be restricted causing a long delay before machine starts, things to try
1. make sure hose connection water valve is fully open
2.open soap draw to see / if you can hear water flowing into machine,
3 if its very slow you have a restriction in water supply
could be a twist in water supply hose, causing a restriction
all above is if machine is taking to long to fill with water,
good luck .
Hum for one a front load H.E washer should not be having very much suds as u claim it had. Are u aware the front loads are made to use very little soap and if u use to much soap hence alot of suds, ur SUDS SENSOR will act up and can shut down any wash cycle. a trick is to run just water and some vinagar trough a couple loads if u can get to wash at all. Another issue u may have is a plugged line somewhere. or loose unconnected water hose line hence the water on the ground effect. u may want to check ur flow line from the entry into the tub where the water at the moment I cant recall the name of the gadget but it can get clogged or damaged and hinder the water from entering the tub
Without knowing the make and model, a basic answer to this problem is that the fill switch has gone bad. If your machine proceeds to agitate and spin without water, the washing machine 'thinks' it has water in it and this happens when the fill switch is stuck open. Rarely, the tube that goes from the tub to the switch may be clogged which may cause the switch to remain open.
This condition is typically caused by faulty solenoid or solenoids at the water inlet valve. Unplug the machine, turn off the water, and remove the supply hoses. Check the solenoids at the water inlet valve. They can be tested using a multimeter or ohmmeter and checking for continuity. A lack of continuity will indicate a faulty solenoid and the inlet valve assy will need to be replaced. Sorry for your trouble and I hope this helped. Best wishes.
either you have a bad pressure switch or the latex hose to it or has a hole in it it may have come off either the tub or the switch if it was shaking badly it will be connected to the fill option switch on the control panel go down then hook to tub