Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
There are generally only a couple of reasons for this. First is that the small screens in the end of the water hoses are clogged or blocked with lime or calcium deposits. You can turn off the water and remove each hose and inspect the screens in the hoses, clean them or replace them. You will also need to inspect the inlet screens on the water fill valve on the washer where the hoses connect. If you have clean hose screens then the problem may be in the fill valve itself. You can test this by changing the water temp and starting the washer, if you start on cold and don't get any water more the water temp selector to the warm of hot position. You should get one or the other. If you only get cold or hot but not warm then you will need to replace the fill valve.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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