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Cold water No cold water will go into the washer it comes out from the wall but not into the washer

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Replace the water valve .Make sure you dont have a clogged screen in the valve after you remove the hoses. Please rate this !!

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I have a fisher and paykel washing machine.Its started leaking under the machine when its do the rinse.


The leak could be from:
  • the pump
  • one of the hoses that attaches to the pump system

It is likely to be the pump. However, to verify where the leak is coming from do the following:
  1. Make sure the washer is empty of excess water. (Run the Spin cycle, if not sure.)
  2. Unplug the washer.
  3. Turn off the hot and cold water supply taps.
  4. Disconnect the hot and cold water supply lines.
  5. Pull the washer away from the wall a couple feet.
  6. Have a helper tip the washer back toward the wall and hold it up securely for you!
  7. Get down on the floor with a flashlight and look up underneath the washer for the pump. It will have a small fan blade as well as wiring and water tubing going to it.
  8. If you see signs of rust or water drops on the pump, the pump impeller shaft seal is probably leaking. Order a new pump and install it. It takes no tools and about 20 minutes as follows...

  1. Get a roll of paper towels.
  2. Make sure the washer is empty as above.
  3. Unplug the washer.
  4. Turn off hot and cold taps.
  5. Disconnect hot and cold supply lines.
  6. Pull washer away from the wall a foot or two.
  7. Tip the washer back toward the wall.
  8. Have a strong, reliable helper hold the washer in that position -- firmly against the wall.
  9. Get down on the floor. Lie on your back and put your head and arm under the washer (that's why you need a good helper!).
  10. Unplug the electrical wiring to the pump. (The GWL11 has 2 wiring connectors.)
  11. Slide a shallow plastic dishpan under the pump to catch any water.
  12. Find and bend back slightly (don't break it!) the plastic retaining latch that holds the pump in place.
  13. Rotate the pump counter-clockwise about 60 degrees, until it comes free.
  14. Note the angle/position of the pump as you pull it free. This is the same angle/position you'll use when you put in the new one.
  15. Have your helper clean up any excess water that ran onto the floor.
  16. Install the new pump.
  17. Have your helper lower the washer to the floor.
  18. Reconnect the washer to the hot and cold water supplies.
  19. Open the hot and cold taps.
  20. Plug in the washer.
  21. Test the washer with no clothes in it.
BTW - Cleaning all dust out from under the washer a couple times a year should help prevent pump squealing and leaking in the future.

May 30, 2011 | Fisher Paykel EcoSmart GWL15

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The cold water is not coming out.


ok disconnet the cold water hose at the washer, get a bucket..put in and turn on cold water, see if you have water..Valve at the wall maybe bad...if you get water flow..the cold water valve inside the washer has failed

Dec 18, 2010 | Roper Washing Machines

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I have a Whirlpool washer GHW9150PW0 and it always washes on hot water, no matter if I set the temperature on cold. I turned off the hot water faucet and still the wash comes out warm. What is the problem?


these washers sense the water temperature that comes in to them and automatically adjust the temperature by turning on the hot and cold valve on make sure both your water valves on the wall are on all the way and water is coming out of each

Aug 19, 2010 | Whirlpool GHW9150 Duet Washer

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The colded water comes out very very slow


Change yhour water valve the rubber in side the valve wear out. switch your hoses at the wall and you will see what I mean.

Jun 06, 2010 | Whirlpool LSN1000LW Top Load Washer

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I dont know what the piece is called but it goes on the back of my front load washer and it seperates the hot water from the cold water and its cracked


Are you referring to the water valve assembly? If so, you can purchase a new assembly. Check with a parts distributor. You will need the brand and model number.

Unplug the washer. Turn off the water supply (hot and cold) to the washer and disconnect the hoses at the washer (there is no need to disconnect the hoses at the wall). Make certain that you replace the hoses correctly on the new water valve with corresponding hot and cold hoses coming from the wall. Disconnect the wire harnesses to each temperature (hot and cold) on the water valve. The harnesses should be color-coded. Replace them correctly on the new valve. Turn the water supply back on and plug in the washer. Run a small water level while testing different temperatures (hot, cold and warm). Check for water leaks and proper temperature.

Feb 20, 2010 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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No cold water filling into washer


The water inlet valve solenoid has probably gone bad. You can check it using a multimeter for continuity. These can go bad on just one side, so the solenoid is most likely faulty on the cold water side.

Sep 20, 2009 | Kenmore 22422 Top Load Washer

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Very slow cold water fill, why?


First make sure that you have adequate water flow from the hose bib coming from the wall. You can do this by turning off your cold water connection at the wall, then disconnect the cold water hose. Then turn the faucet on and make sure the water flows freely. The most common reason for your problem is a clogged screen where the cold water hose connects to the back of the washer. To check this, disconnect the cold hose from the back of the washer and clean the small screen inside the cold water inlet on the washer.

Jun 19, 2009 | Whirlpool Ultimate Care II LSQ9564J Top...

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No cold water to my Maytag Top loading washer


Pull the washer out from the wall and disconnect the water lines from the washer. Check to see if a build-up of minerals is clogging the screen on the cold water line where it enters the washing machine.

May 14, 2009 | Maytag PAV2300 Top Load Washer

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