Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
It sounds as if your water valve needs to be replaced. This may happen from time to time so it should be checked out....
Posted on Jul 19, 2007
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It may be that the drain line in the back that allows the water to drain from the self-defrosting freezer has become blocked. You can take the hose loose and **** it clean with a wet-dry vac .If you are careful, you might be able to break up the plug with a straightened-out coat hanger but you need to be careful to not poke a hole through the hose.
Also this type of problem can be caused by warm moist air being drawn into the refrigerator through a leak in the door seal. The air cools, and the moisture condenses into water and collects at the bottom.
Normally the interior of a refrigerator is lower in pressure and humidity than outside. That helps keep the door closed. If there is a leak in the door seal, then warm air can get in, and so can extra moisture.
Try inspecting your door seals, and clean both the rubber seals on the door, and the door jams that they rest against when the door is closed. That might be enough to prevent the leak.
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