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Re: I have a used malber p18. all the hoses are
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.
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These European machines have "English" (Whitworth) threads on the hose connectors. They look like American standard (NPT/NPS) threads used on everything here in the States, but are slightly different. Consequently, your hook-up hoses are special, having American NPS threads at the faucet end, and Whitworth threads at the Washer end.
Buy them from Malber. You can find Malber Distribution Corp online, or call them at 516-323-5299. Tell them Mike, in DC, says hi.
No water fill
1.water valves closed----turn on valves
2. Hoses kinked---unkink hoses
3. Screen in fill hose clogged----clean out screen
4. No power to fill solenoid---replace solenoid
5. Faulty water level control---replace control
6. Machine did not turn on----check control & power outlet
Water will not drain from machine
1.kinked or clogged hose----clean drain hose
2.pump does not run----readjust & tighten pump-drive mechanism
3.suds lock----remove suds,, add cold water
4.faulty transfer valve---replace
6.loose belt---adjust belt
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.
Hello. Just turn off the water and then remove the fill hose which goes from the water faucet into the back of the machine. Examine the entire hose and pay closest attention to the filter located at the end of the hose nearest the faucet. regards, Joe
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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.