Question about Admiral Washing Machines
Easy fix. Remove the control panel dust cover and look and see if that small hose is attached to that water level switch. It may have vibrated off the switch. Air pressure is wat makes that switch work. If the hose is on there remove it and blow through it to remove any sediment that may be blocking the air. Reattach it and pump out the washer. Retry.
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Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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