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Whirlpool washer timer

I just replace old timer with new timer and now no water is coming in, need help.

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  • jedi7908 Jul 18, 2008

    I already checked connections.

  • jedi7908 Jul 18, 2008

    it is laundry washer not dishwasher

  • jedi7908 Jul 18, 2008

    where is the circuit, u mean circuit breaker?

  • jedi7908 Jul 18, 2008

    before my timer went bad, water was coming normal and changes were made in the hose since. Only new timer was replaced.

  • jedi7908 Jul 22, 2008

    I did check the connections. I wonder there may be a problem at water pump. how do I check power is going to the pump. Thanks

  • jedi7908 Jul 22, 2008

    where is the water mixing valve, how can I check it. Thanks.

  • jedi7908 Jul 22, 2008

    I checked water mixing valve it is OK, can it be the timer again. They may gave me the bad one again.

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During all the check points you may have overlooked a wire problem most likely at the water valve.Do you have "no-burst" water hoses? If so then your next check is to pull one of the hoses loose , turn on the water and make sure its flowing through.If your not using this type hose try putting your old timer back in and if its your timer at fault the water will fill up .

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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    Archie Ferrarini Jul 22, 2008

    Ahaaa ! ! I see the mention of flood safe device (also known as no- burst).Pull one hose off and see if water goes through it.

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    Archie Ferrarini Jul 26, 2008

    Why did you change the Timer is my first Question?
    this is a picture of valve (water)


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Yep the Dutchman was right, if you did the replacement with power off and did not touch anything else check the connection, remove panel and mount it back, it is the most obvious.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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    Ginko Jul 22, 2008

    the water mixing valve must be the inlet valve.

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Following the instructions : " I turned off the water,

removed old hose connectors & Install the end of the connector

with the flood safe device at the shut off valve.

Install the other end of the connector to washing machine, and tighten

nuts with a wrench.

Slowly turn on water at the shut off valve to full open position.

Check for leaks.”

Ok, I did all that.


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The circuit might have been shorted try to check it...... also install filter to drain more water in .......

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Set the control to the start position...next, remove the lower access cover and then locate the valve your water line is connected to. Now remove the electrical wiring plug from the valve and with a voltage meter, stick your two probes into the respective terminals on the plug you just removed from the dishwasher water valve. Now turn on the dishwasher and wait. It may take 1-3 minutes before the voltage appears.

Hope that helps.........

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Please check the wiring as you might have not hooked up the connectors for the water valve.

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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    eric bosman Jul 19, 2008

    check your water level switch too which is on the same contral board ( part number3366845 ) or the wire towards your water mixing valve is lose.

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    eric bosman Jul 22, 2008

    water mixing valve is number 18 on this drawing

    You might also try the water level switch.

    You can test that by conecting the 2 poles and so by-passing the switch. You might have a bad level switch which will disconnect power to the inlet valves.Number 12 on the same drawing.

    And the water mixing valve is not an inlet valve

  • eric bosman
    eric bosman Jul 22, 2008

    it can not be the water pump as that is only used for draining

  • eric bosman
    eric bosman Jul 23, 2008

    yes it can be the timer again.

    Make sure that you get the timer for the right machine as there are about 12 types of the LSQ9549L (check HERE)

    It also has i think 6 different timers. Make sure you get the right one.

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