Question about Washing Machines
The simple solution we know is checking first to make sure the harness connection between the timer and the water inlet valve solenoids is intact and that there's power going to it. The next thing you should do is check whether the inlet valves are working or not by connecting the solenoid coils with a cheater cord and plugging it to a 120 VAC power source. The valves are definitely not working and must be replaced if no water flows in. Otherwise, the timer is not working to power up the solenoids and open the inlet valves. Recheck the connections and replace the timer as necessary.
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Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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