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Admiral washing machine no cold water

The washing machine worked after the plumber left the other day,
then is stopped working, and now it is working again. It has to be the
washing machine ..not working properly. Sometimes it allows the cold
water to come through, sometimes it does not. The plumber did remove
washers that stopped the loud sound always coming from the machine ..so
all not lost there ..but the washing machine cold water only works about
30% of the time. Plumbers came back said it's the machine

The model is:

Admiral Designer Series
Heavy Duty 20 lb / 2 speed
giant capacity plus
Model #: LNC6744A71
Serial #: 49H407413

How do we get the cold water to flow 100% of time?

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HI, this is a faulty inlet valve assembly. you should replace this failing component asap if possible.This will fix the issue.

Posted on Jun 22, 2009

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