Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
This has to do with insufiicient water supply. By switching water temperatures you can troubleshoot. If the machine works in one temperature but not another that can show you which inlet hose has a problem. A kink, low pressure, air in the line, or sediment in the screen on the end of the hose can cause this problem. A bad water valve can also cause a problem with one water temp but not another.
These machines are also prone to pressure switch problems.
After a time the small hose that comes from the pump area to the pressure switch located at the top of the machine can clog. To check this perform the following:
remove back or top of washer
locate pressure switch (round, about 4" diameter with wires and a black rubber hose)
pull black tube and blow air through it until clear
reassemble, plug in and test
If this does not work, then you could either need a new preesure switch or a flow meter.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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