Question about Washing Machines
are two possible causes of the water not stopping. First is the water
inlet valves stuck in the open position and second is the pressure
switch not tripping when the correct water level is reached. Turn off or
unplug the machine while it is filling and if the water doesn't stop,
the water inlet valve/s is/are indeed stuck in the open position.
Replacing the water inlet valve assembly should solve the problem.
But if the water stops, the problem is the pressure switch stuck in the empty position. Disconnect power then raise the console up and hinge it at the rear of the machine to access the pressure switch. It is the part with the small clear hose attached to it. Detach the hose and blow air down into it including the pressure switch itself. Replace the pressure switch if the problem persists.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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