Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
Lets start on the simple things...
1. All hose connections are in place and connected to the washing machine.
2. All valves supplying water to the machine are in the open position (ie: if the hoses were removed from the back of the machine, water would be flowing)
3. The machine is plugged in and otherwise operating.
If this is an older machine nd it used to work then I'd check to see that the flow valve (kind of like a relay that allows water to enter the machine) is functioning properly. Do you hear it click when water is supposed to be entering the machine? If not, it might be bad. Consider also trying to change the water selection switch on the machine to a different setting. If water starts to flow, look at one of the flow valves.
If this is a newer machine and it has never worked, review the 3 items above. If all seems to be OK and it still does not work, get in touch with the company you purchased from and exercise your warantee rights.
let me know what happens. Please rate accordingly.
Posted on May 30, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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