Question about Washing Machines
There is no real way to adjust the water level as this is taken care of by the load size control,as in how big a load of laundry your going to do,then as it fills and you add clothes theres an air tube from the tub and the higher the water level gets,the more air pressure is forced up to this control,then when enough air pressure is there it forces a set of contacts to move to stop the flow of water,you could disconnect the control and fill it manually,but if you forgot it the water will overflow the tub
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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