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ATW4475XQ - Admirial Water Saver washer - Adjust Rinse cycle water level
The rinse cycle water level can be adjusted. Unplug the machines power.
You can youtube a video on how to remove the top control panel, its just 2 screws on the back of it,
phillips head. Swing the control panel up, and find something to support it so you have both hands free.
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYn0_qCFdec)
You'll see a clear plastic tube coming up from the back rear like 3/8 in diameter, to a "T"
connection. The one that goes to the left, thats the wash water level switch it connects to. The one you
can adjust, large, medium, small, from the front of the panel . The other off the T goes to the rinse
water level switch. There is not a knob to adjust it. But if you look at the bottom of the lever
mechanism/cam pickups of both switchs, you will see that they are the same. Rotate the wash load size
(knob on outside of control panel) from small to large, back to small, notice how the mechanism changes?
The rinse water level swtich acts the same way, although it is only a 2 position switch, small and
large. Once you watch the wash level mechanism move from rotating it back and forth a few times, you
should be able to see how to rotate that same mechanism on the rinse switch 1 click. It will click into
place, there are only 2 positions as I said and from the factory its in small, so once it "clicks in"
dont go any further. I did mine with a very small screw driver without removing the rinse switch.
Once you get that hidden switch turned to the other position, put it back together, fire it up and now
your rinse is the large level, all the time.
NOTE: There is a white plunger out of the end of each switch with a screw located in place. Dont mess
with the screw or that plunger. As you adjust the lever mechanism/cam this adjusts the amount of that
plunger sticking out, which changes the pressure pickup for water level.

May 17, 2012 | Admiral Washing Machines

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How do you take the control panel off of a ATW4475XQ admiral washer


Pulled this together from two other posts & added some details that I found as I performed the fix successfully!
ATW4475XQ - Admirial Water Saver washer - Adjust Rinse cycle water level
The rinse cycle water level can be adjusted. Unplug the machines power.
You can youtube a video on how to remove the top control panel, its just 2 screws on the back of it,
phillips head. Swing the control panel up, and find something to support it so you have both hands free.
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYn0_qCFdec)
You'll see a clear plastic tube coming up from the back rear like 3/8 in diameter, to a "T"
connection. The one that goes to the left, thats the wash water level switch it connects to. The one you
can adjust, large, medium, small, from the front of the panel . The other off the T goes to the rinse
water level switch. There is not a knob to adjust it. But if you look at the bottom of the lever
mechanism/cam pickups of both switchs, you will see that they are the same. Rotate the wash load size
(knob on outside of control panel) from small to large, back to small, notice how the mechanism changes?
The rinse water level swtich acts the same way, although it is only a 2 position switch, small and
large. Once you watch the wash level mechanism move from rotating it back and forth a few times, you
should be able to see how to rotate that same mechanism on the rinse switch 1 click. It will click into
place, there are only 2 positions as I said and from the factory its in small, so once it "clicks in"
dont go any further. I did mine with a very small screw driver without removing the rinse switch.
Once you get that hidden switch turned to the other position, put it back together, fire it up and now
your rinse is the large level, all the time.
NOTE: There is a white plunger out of the end of each switch with a screw located in place. Dont mess
with the screw or that plunger. As you adjust the lever mechanism/cam this adjusts the amount of that
plunger sticking out, which changes the pressure pickup for water level.

Mar 17, 2012 | Washing Machines

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I have an admiral washer atw4475xq can you adjust the water level on the rinse cycle


Pulled this together from a couple of Solutions & added some helpful tips I found as I successfully changed the rinse cycle water level!
ATW4475XQ - Admirial Water Saver washer - Adjust Rinse cycle water level
The rinse cycle water level can be adjusted. Unplug the machines power.
You can youtube a video on how to remove the top control panel, its just 2 screws on the back of it,
phillips head. Swing the control panel up, and find something to support it so you have both hands free.
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYn0_qCFdec)
You'll see a clear plastic tube coming up from the back rear like 3/8 in diameter, to a "T"
connection. The one that goes to the left, thats the wash water level switch it connects to. The one you
can adjust, large, medium, small, from the front of the panel . The other off the T goes to the rinse
water level switch. There is not a knob to adjust it. But if you look at the bottom of the lever
mechanism/cam pickups of both switchs, you will see that they are the same. Rotate the wash load size
(knob on outside of control panel) from small to large, back to small, notice how the mechanism changes?
The rinse water level swtich acts the same way, although it is only a 2 position switch, small and
large. Once you watch the wash level mechanism move from rotating it back and forth a few times, you
should be able to see how to rotate that same mechanism on the rinse switch 1 click. It will click into
place, there are only 2 positions as I said and from the factory its in small, so once it "clicks in"
dont go any further. I did mine with a very small screw driver without removing the rinse switch.
Once you get that hidden switch turned to the other position, put it back together, fire it up and now
your rinse is the large level, all the time.
NOTE: There is a white plunger out of the end of each switch with a screw located in place. Dont mess
with the screw or that plunger. As you adjust the lever mechanism/cam this adjusts the amount of that
plunger sticking out, which changes the pressure pickup for water level.

Nov 14, 2011 | Admiral AW22 Top Load Washer

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Whirlpool adp252 not rinsing clean


Hello

Clean the internal parts of the dishwasher. Use a clean wet cloth and wipe down the inside including the racks and the sprayer arms. Remove the upper arm by unscrewing the center bolt. Clean both sides before replacing.

Check the water pressure. The dishwasher requires inlet water pressure between 20 to 120 psi. If the water pressure in the line is too low, proper rinsing will not occur.

Check the water temperature. The dishwasher performs at optimal levels with 120 degree water. Check the hot water heater for needed adjustment.

Use the right detergent. The dishwasher requires detergent designed specifically for dishwashers. Other detergents will leave spots, residue or food on dishes.

Set the machine to the proper cycle. The dishwasher offers a variety of cleaning cycles. Select the appropriate cycle for the type of cleaning required.

Load the dishwasher properly. An overloaded machine will result in dishes not being cleaned thoroughly.

Sep 12, 2011 | Dishwashers

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I have AM14C Hobart dishwashing machine and when the rinse turns on we only get about 5 PSI, how do I adjust the pressure or what do I need to look at?


the pressure regulator turn screw clockwise to turn up pressurre.But the line strainer could be plugged do you have bad water.Is the gauge correct.you can get a gauge at home depot for cheap.0 to 60 psi should be ok.usually made by watts.you dont have to use a hobart gauge.

Apr 22, 2011 | Hobart 42 in. AM14C-154 Free-standing...

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My pressure washer won't stay running when I release the wand trigger


The pressure relief valve must be stuck. That is the part with the black knob were you adjust pressure. If it can't "unload" so tghe wagter has no where to ok, and then the pump will stall. You may be able to disassemble valve, soak in vinager or mild acid, rinse well and reassemble

Aug 18, 2010 | Honda Garden

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Adjust rinse temp up on mod am14 ml110976


you cant adjust rinse temp on the am-14 ,ck. booster make sure all elements are working ck. rinse press. should be @20p.s.i

Jan 06, 2010 | Dishwashers

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Maytag Quiet Servies 100


make sure your getting at least 120 degrees in water.Check the heater element,rinse aid ,clogged up spray arms.These are the most common and need to be 100% ok.

Jun 02, 2008 | Kenmore 16602 / 16604 / 16609 Built-in...

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Water temperature is not hot enough


the heater in the unit is supposed to heat both the wash water and the rinse water.
if it is not, then you have a problem in a controller or an element.
how are you determining the temperature and are you waiting for the unit to signal ready before you test it?

mark evans

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