Question about Frigidaire GLTF2940ES Front Load Washer
I have a Frigidaire Gallery series front loader washer. Two times this week, the tub has had water in it; it's clean water, and the water has definately drained at the end of the prior cycle. What should I check? If the intake valves need replacing, is this an easy fix? Help!
First thing is to run the machine as normal. After the cycle is complete and the clothes are removed, turn the water off, hot and cold, to the machine. If on the next usage there is no water in the tub then the fault has been found. And, no, the water valves are fairly easy to access and replace if needed.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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Mar 24, 2014 | Washing Machines
. Unplug the washer
2. Pull the washer out to tilt it back so you can
reach the screws below the front panel and
remove it. (You will need something to catch
the water once the hose is removed from
the bottom of washer)
3. Loosen the bolt with the sliver clamp on the
bottom of the washer. The water will begin to
come out while your loosening the clamp. (Do
not remove any GREEN clamps)
4. Once the water is out, you can stick your hand
inside the hose to clean it out
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