I just purchased the Malber P21 and had the company install it for me. When I tried to start the machine, nothing happened. I checked to make sure water was coming out of the faucets, and it was. What is the next step?
I have my washer connected to the kitchen sink. In order for it to fill I have to connect the hose to the faucet and turn it on, it is pain but that is the only way it will work for me. I hope this helps.
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I've had to replace the internal hose three times where the water connections are. It is a "Y" hose, that is not sturdy, and a defective design. I've had this washer for three years, and this keeps happening. If you look carfuilly, you'll find a hole at the "Y" junction.
Ok. Assuming that the water is turned on, and the electricity is ok it should fill, if not check is machine dead or able to function in other ways if alls ok then replace the solonoid valves that allow water to enter..Hope this helps.
The detergent dispenser is located above the detergent drawer.
A water pipe is connected to it and water entrance and distributed to drawer's cells (following the programmed cycle) by a lever's movement (part of the dispenser). The lever movement is controlled by two solenoids that received their power from the timer.
By opening upper machine's cover you will have an access to the dispenser.
Disconnect the power cable from the machine before moving to next test !!!!
Look first that they are not any disconnected wires.
Move manually dispenser's lever and see if water running to all cells (depend on your movement). In case it doesn't work properly remove the unit from the machine and try to clean it (I hope it will help, otherwise you should replace the unit).
In case it works properly (manually) - you should test by a multi-tester solenoid's resistance. the one that doesn't have a resistance measurement should be replaced.
Good luck !!
There is a water level switch on the machine. It's usually a diaphragm device with a small, clear tube attached between the switch and the bottom of the washer's outer tub. I am not familiar with this specific machine, but if you will open the rear panel you should find it easily. You can either clear any obstruction in the tube or replace the water-level switch (easy to do it).
Good luck !