Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
I have solved this by unplugging washer, then disconnecting the analog pressure switch and blowing down the hose with a air compressor, I also put fresh water down this hose and blew it out with air compressor. The switch has another small hose that needs to be cleared also. Do not forget to clean this hose. This has happened several times to me already and I've never changed the switch yet. I believe this switch is faulty across the nation. This is a corporate scam to collect more money from consumer. I also believe that if they designed this without this switch, the consumer wouldn't be going through this. I call for a recall on this part, NOW!.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
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