Question about Washing Machines
Depending which make and model you have (Please in future give us that info) you may need to do one of the following.
1) Inlet Valve = Found on the inside of your washing machine (To get into the machine, remove the top panel - usually tightened by screws at the back) it is connected on the other side of your Inlet Hose.
- Clean the filter on the Inlet Valve (Between the hose and Valve), if it does not work, replace it - Generic counterpart should be cheap.
2) Most European machines use a all-in-one solution called a Aquastop or Aquahose. This has a Valve built into the hose itself, replacing this is expensive, but a good technician should be able to swap these out with generic parts altogether.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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