Question about Washing Machines
Water inlet valves operate when power is supplied to them. If you turn the machine off or pull the plug and the water stops it means that the inlet valve is ok. If the water continues to run with no power to the valve then the valve is faulty..
Replacing a crook inlet valve is not a big job for a tech..
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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