Question about Washing Machines
Check the water pressure switch and the hose connected to it for an obstruction
if the machine is aggatating it can not allow water to come into the machine cause it thinks it is at the water height that the pressure switch is set at or the tube was some gunk in it that is making the switch stay closed
remove the hose from the pressure switch it is clear and blow through it if it blows freely then the pressure switch is bad and replace it
if not blowing free blow hard to remove obstruction
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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