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Not rinsing on any cycle

Only use cold wash,it does wash and spin

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How much soap you using? Any more than a tablespoon is too much. Gotta be HE soap too. You go putting in too much stuff and all it is gonna do is wash till that soap is gone.

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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If it doesn't fill for the rinse, I would say that the cold inlet valve has failed. Check that the cold tap is turned on and check when the machine fills for the wash cycle and see if it is taking hot or cold water. You will probably find that it is filling only with hot water. A local spares store should have the valve you need.

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Hello,

I would suspect the water inlet valve as being the problem,if it drains the water and spins the lid switch is going to be good.The thing exclusive to rinse cycles is that they only fill with cold water,and that is what i suspect the problem being is that it's not filling with cold water on the rinse cycle because of a bad water inlet valve.


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Just read your posting.Now just a couple of questions.Are you using a warm fill for the wash or cold?if are using warm try cold only and take note of the time it takes to fill.I don't think your cold water is filling properly. My manual says that with only the 1st rinse light working it is your control module that is faulty. Please try a cold water wash and reply back so we can rectify this problem.

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Following up my comment from yesterday, I took the machine apart and discovered that the black rubber cover on the valve that releases the cold water had perished and cracked, and wasn't opening properly.
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