Question about Washing Machines
OK, what is happening is the inlet solenoid, is either stuck or broken. Or the HW sensor is faulty.
To repair DIY, First, you will need to obtain a service manual. for your exact make and model.
Above is a DIY website to assist you if you wish to DIY.
If you do NOT wish to DIY, it is my professional recommendation for to contact a local service center for your machine, and ask for a "Quote" for any repairs to be done.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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