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Washer will not pump water

When turned on my washer does not have any water coming in. None, not even a trickle or the sound of water. The spin cycle works when I skip to it though. I checked the hoses and they are fine and so is the water pressure.

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There are screens in the inlets for the hot and the cold water. Depending on your water source and the age of your plumbing, you could have sediment collecting and blocking these screens. Check and flush before you do anything.

Posted on Aug 31, 2006

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