Question about Washing Machines
There is a plastic piece on the lid that goes down inside the machine where the switch is. This switch could be bad. You can remove the wires from the switch and test the switch itself with an ohmmeter to determine if it is bad or not.
If the water starts to fill but stops and doesn't fill the machine up all the way, that could be a bad water valve which can be tested with a voltmeter to see if there is constant power going to the valve. A faulty water level sensor can also cause this and that can be tested with an ohmmeter, it would be behind the tub
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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