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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Littleone.. please check your instructions.. some washers now dont need Hot water connection to them...they heat their own as part of the efficiency settings on the wash programmes themselves!
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
Hi, When the water is suppose to be filling, Can you hear the inlet valve humming? You might need to remove the inlet vavle and check voltage to it. When the water is to be filling, you should get 120V to the valve. Please let me know if this helps or if I can assist you further.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
Most likely a hole in the hose going to the water level switch, and possibly at the washtub connection. If you are not getting the proper air pressure from the water level rising and compressing the air in the hose, the switch will not send the proper signal to the washer to switch from fill to agitate.
Also it is possible however not likely that you replaced a bad water level switch with a bad replacement switch.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
If the timer and lid switches are funtional and the machine is filling and shutting off correctly that only leaves the motor. Have the motor tested or replace it. Even though the timer is running it is possible that it is still at fault. If you have access to another timer try switching them to make sure it isn't the timer. This does sound like a faulty motor and I would start with that assumption.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
Under the agitator you have what is called (agitating dogs). The agitator will have to be removed. The top should spin off, you will be able to look down into the agitator and see a bolt. Remove this bolt and the agitator can be pulled out. The agitators are small pieces of plastic with small teeth. These teeth get worn out over time or if the washer is overloaded. When the agitator free spins one way the teeth grab a (gear) on agitator and this is how you get the washing action (agitating). These dogs are easy to replace and cost about $5. If you need more info check out *how to replace agitating dogs)
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
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