Question about Fisher and Paykel Washing Machines
Bad sensor for water fill
Posted on Jan 20, 2018
Pressure swith with smsll rubber pipi attaached.
Posted on Dec 31, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Jmars, under the consol there is two pressure switches. One controls the fill and the other is back-up incase the other fails. It sounds like your water pressure switch is tripping too soon. Try putting the washer into a self test mode by pressing in this order soak--soil level---soak--soil level. The machine should enter a test mode. Let it run it's test and see if you come up with any error codes. The pressure switch is the one on the left under the consol. It will be marked OPR, the part number is 8054766. The consol will lift up by using a putty knife under each end, pushin on the clips and lifting up. The back panel of the consol is removable. Catriver..post back
Posted on Apr 15, 2007
SOURCE: fisher & paykel slow to fill?
if its the cold water (most common) replace the valve remove the two screws on the top of the control panel then you will see the valve i think its the right one looking from the front.its an easy job .hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
SOURCE: washing machine overflows
sorry in advance for the lack of appropriate terminology. my "solution" comes from a mother with no mechanical experience point of view.
i had the same problem with my washing machine overflowing. I opened up my machine, found the clear hose that went from this little square box on the side of the tub up to the switch for the "load size" knob. i pulled the hose off the square box and saw that there was a piece of paper in it. i pulled it out, scraped the scum out and reconnected it. started the machine. - that didn't work.
so, I got the thinnest pipe cleaner i could find pulled the tube from the little box, and stuck the pipe clearner down the pipe of the little square box. pulled out a bit of scummy lint, then I blew in the tubing. I heard a "click", I thought.. okay maybe that's it. reconnected everything, started my machine.. and now it works :)
This probably wasn't the proper thing to do, but it worked and saved me from the cut throat washing machine mechanics in this area.
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
Out of balance switch could be faulty/ coroded.
have a gw 709 and it had the same problem, out of balance switch had jammed on
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Yep it sounds like another electronics panel has failed.
We never had this much trouble in the old days with the old electric timer machines.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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