- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
This model has steam support, so it should have a cold water connection to it. Check for leaks where the hose connects to the rear of the dryer. If you do not use the steam feature, you can shut off the water and that will probably end your problem.
No water should be a simple problem. Start with the easiest first. Check that your water is on. If so, water should be reaching the solenoid ( the electric water valve in the washer). When you turn the washer on you should hear a "click". That is the solenoid energizing and opening the valve. If you get neither hot or cold water, that could be the problem. Either it doesn't work, or it isn't getting electricity from the timer to open up. Check that with a multi meter. If you hear the solenoid click, but have no water, you have a blockage somewhere. Although unlikely, check your supply hoses. It's the easiest to check. If that's clear, and your somewhat handy, take off the hose downstream from the solenoid and blow air through it. If it won't go, your blockage is in there somewhere. Try pressurized air, or take off hoses to clear. If none of this works, you're going to have to call in the pros.
there could be 1 of 2 problems with your unit and it`s not the start switch, if the water is not filling the likely problem is ether a defective water level censor unit, it is located at the end of a rubber tube and is disc shaped with the tube at the bottom and a wiring harness at the top, the other possibility is a defective water control solenoid located at the inlet of the water hoses, you can easily check the solenoids with an ohm meter, check for continuity across the 2 contacts located on the solenoid , the easier way to check the solenoids is if you use cold water only in you wash, select hot water, this will enable the hot water solenoid, if it still dos not fill then it is your water level censor that is defective.
Check the strainer in the cold water inlet line. Make sure it is not plugged. Then,put the cold water line into a bucket and open the valve slowly until water comes out. If water flows freely, it's probably the cold water solenoid. It's pretty easy to replace.
If not, check all valves upstream, check for a collapsed hose, or mineral build up in the pipe (galvanized pipe)