Question about Whirlpool Washing Machines
Your problem could be from the water level pressure switch, ( selector of water level ) or from the pressure hose, in most cases the hose that goes with the pressure switch is clogged with dirt.
you need to open the unit and find the single hose that connects with the switch, in some cases it is usually clogged from the bottom, cut it out and make sure to leave some room not to over streched the hose,
the switch rarely broke, it is usually the hose, (transparent)
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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