Question about Washing Machines
Remove the cover and check the pump to assure you dont have anything blocking the inlet or outlet lines also when you remove the lines make sure that the impellar which is the piece inside the pump is spinning properly. lastly you can also check your pressure switch disconnect the line going to the pressure switch and blow air into the switch with your mouth you should here like a slight poping sound if it is working properly.please remember to rank this opinion if it helped in your appliance situation and if i can aswer anything further message me back have a great day
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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