The wash cycle seems to work properly, the tub fills with warm water when the wash setting is warm and it agitates normally. When it is time for the rinse cycle very little water enters the tub. I have tried the rinse temp settings with and without the auto temp control and warm or cold rinse and the same condition applies. I note that if I adjust the rinse temp dial to an intermediate position in the ATC side then hot water enters.
It seems that the solenoid value for the cold water is engaged when it should not be. Since water enters during the fill portion of the cycle just prior to the wash cycle beginning I'm guessing the solenoid is working properly. Since no cold water enters when the rinse setting is on either the normal or the ATC setting I'm guessing the temp sensor or the ATC control board are not at fault. Seems that the only thing left is the motorized controller.
I was partially wrong on my diagnosis. No cold water enters on either the wash or the rinse cycles. I also heard odd noises from the inlet valves. I realized the cold water valve was not opening. I've ordered the mixing valve and plan to replace it as soon as it comes in.
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Without Model number I am only guessing but I suspect you have a blocked sensing tube that travels from the Level selector switch to the side of the tub somewhere. It is possible for this plastic tube to become partially clogged and not allow trapped air to vent when tub is drained of water. Usually this problem manifests itself as an overflow of the tub. Check the full length of this clear hose and see if the end nearest the tub looks like it may have debris or dirty detergent clogging it.
This hose is pushed onto a nipple mounted to a reservoir on the side of the tub. Push a thin copper wire 4-5 inches into the those after removing from nipple and also down into the nipple an inch or two before reinstalling the hose to the nipple. You MIGHT even blow into the hose while you have it off and you SHOULD hear a clicking sound coming from the level selector switch body.
Good Luck. Come back with Model number under lid if that doesn't help.
probably you've got something blocking the water pump from doing its job properly so check that the water pump is free running emptying all the water if not then there is a blockage in the pump normally ist a button, paper clip or other debris out of a trouser pocket eric
Please be carful as running the agitator without enough water will overheat and kick out the motor, however it should be ok when it resets itself.
Yes, the machine should stop agitating when you lift the lid so this too is part of the problem.
After looking at the print I can only suggest that the cam contacts in the timer ( contacts 12 and 14) that start the motor are burned and stuck together.
while the unit is filling in the warm cycle. reach behind and shut off the hot water tap.I bet the water flow stops filling, if so, you would need to change the inlet valve on the machine. You see, in warm, if the cold is not filling, you still hear the hot filling and the unit will advance. The rinse cycles are mostly "cold" only. if the valve is not opening it will not allow it to advance from the rinse section on the board.