Question about Washing Machines
Sounds like the water height sensor is bad, disconnected or blocked.
check the sensor line and the wires -- if all is clear and looks good,, I would say that it is the sensor itself. by removing the back panel of the machine - you should have full access to the sensor,wires and water height line ( the line will be mounted to the outside drum and go down to the sensor,,, the sensor is basically a pressure sensor ) --- again,, check the wires and make sure they are all connected proper, there is a chance that they shook lose during a cycle ( ? ).
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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