Question about Amana NAV5800A Top Load Washer
The shut off is not fully working. I have a constant drip into the tub from the cold water input. It fills up the tub in about 24 hours. Is this a simple seal problem, are special tools or parts needed to fix? Thanks
It (unlikely) could be a forign voltage causing your problem. Just unplug the machine and verify the problem continues. Assuming that it does, you likely have debris inside your inlet valve. Since it not servicable, it would need to be replaced. To do this, unplug the unit. Using a putty knife or small flat blad screw driver, push on the 2 clips where the top of the washer meet the front panel while lifting the top. (a flash light will help you see these) The valve is usually held on be 1/4 or 5/16 screws. A replacement valve can be purchased from a local appliance parts store or on line from the manufacture.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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