Question about Washing Machines
Most washing machines have a length of clear tubing external of the drum assembly (inside the housing). One end connects to the lower section of the drum, allowing water to enter the tubing. The other end of tube connects right up to the top, and usually inside the back panel (where all electrical wiring is) This end is connected to a pressure switch..As the water begins to fill the machine, it also rises the same height in the tubing.The tube is now sealed at both ends. The rising water creates air pressure inside the tube, activates the pressure switch and via electrical contacts closes the water inlet valve(s).
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Replace the fuse inside the control panel make sure you turn if off.
depending on where you are the fuse is more than likly a "4amp slow blow" fuse
hope this helps
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
Could be timer fault although good chance its stopping as it gets to rinse indicating faulty Solonoid valve..Good luck
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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