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Inglis Washing Machine - Heavy Duty Extra Large Capacity

The rinse cycle won't function. The other cycles, wash and spin work fine, but machine does nothing at the rinse cycle. What would need replacing? Is there a cycle switch or other device that controls the rinse cycle?

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  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    My machine will not allow me to engage the wash cycle, but all other functions seem nominal. I have restarted the machine as well.

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If it doesn't empty check the pump for blockages or just not working electrically, or check cold water supply to machine, or the cold water solenoid, this may also be faulty hope you can find what you need starting from the above, if i have helped please rate me

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