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someone, Im not finding that model number. Going by the first six digits Im assuming that this is a regular top loader and not an Oasis washer. If so, remove the end caps on the consol by pulling them off. Remove the screws under each end cap and flip the consol up. Unplug the lid switch connector and snap springs holding the cabinet on. The whole cabinet will pull forward and you can get at the lid switch. Check out the pics and post back...Catriver.

Kenmore Oasis... | Answered Yesterday

Water level switch on the machines I have seen aren't water level switches at all but low pressure diaphragm switches operated by air pressure transmitted through a small-diameter flexible tube connected to the washtub. When the water level rises a small air pressure is caused in the tube that at a predetermined point will operate the switch.

The switch tends to be mounted near the top of the machine close to the main controller and rarely fails - mostly the flexible tube either perishes and becomes detached or the tube becomes blocked by soap residue and limescale.

Washing Machines | Answered 2 days ago

the best way to drain the machane is to lean the machine back prop something under it and then using a bucket take the drain hose out an bring it as low as you can to the floor. This will make it easer for you to open the front at the bottom an clean the drain trap ,it is possible that there will be a little water left in there good luck

LG WM2487H Front... | Answered 2 days ago

ok fault 9 is a sizing error, normally when you fit a new board it has to be sized to the machine its being fitted into,if this has not been done and is the original board the you have a faulty board,
P.S new boards come with a leaflet on how to size board once fitted

Washing Machines | Answered 2 days ago

something like a paper tissue has goy into the machine and is hard to get rid of,take it outside and remove the pump,and inner bowl, hose out machine until clear,
other if thats too much try some high wash cycles with no clothes in it

Washing Machines | Answered 2 days ago

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