Question about Washing Machines
I have a problem with my Sears washing machine; when set to the highest load level it will start to spin when completely full and spin water out of the machine during the "drain" parts of the wash and rinse cycle. Usually washers pump the basked down or reasonably dry first before they start to spin, but this starts immediately. I'm wondering if the pump/transmission ist misbehaving or there's a problem in the sensor level or timing circuit.
When the water level is less than the uppermost setting this isn't a problem simply because the water level is lower, and sometimes the basket will pump out first though this seems to be a random occurrence. Any thoughts??
There is a pause after the pump out that shift the tranmission into spin also if you open the lid the unit will go into spin before it pumps out completely . They have since fixed this issue...The newer models work offf the pressure switch to tell the unit when to go into spin only after the water level switch is open telling the machine there is no water left in the unit
Posted on May 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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