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Old 04-25-2008, 09:44 AM
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Model Number: WFK 2401   Brand: Bosch   Age: 5 - 10 years   

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My Bosch washing machine is not filling the drum on the fill cycle no the rinse cycle. The water is just trickling in. Is this the dual valve? The valve that opens for the detergent and softener works fine. Thanks.


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Old 04-25-2008, 10:09 AM
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Does it make any difference when you switch the wash temperature settings?
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Thanks for the response. No, same result on the hot or cold settings. All cycles.
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Glen are you still avbl to diagnose?
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The first thing to do would be to turn off the water and remove the
fill hoses from the back of the washer and
place them into something. Then turn the water on to make
sure you’re getting proper water pressure. Also check the
screens that are inserted into the water valve where they
connect to the washer. If they need cleaned do not remove them.
take a small brush and clean them.


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Glen Thanks. I have gone thru that procedure already. All screens are clear and water pressure is excellent.
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Glen,

Are you avbl to reply to my last entry? Thanks, Fred
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Sorry 'bout that, (I’ve been tied up trying to see I can make a
buck on this end)

Below is the entire water system for your washer,
number 6 is the inlet valve.
Take each number 7 hose loose from where
it connects to number 23 “only one at a time”
and place the end of that hose into some sort of
container or jar that can hold water. Start the
washer on a warm wash. Does the water just
trickle out into the container? Or does it come out
normally? Make sure to do this test with only
one hose at a time making sure that the other
is still connected.


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I will give it a try. If the trickle originates there would the part # 6, the dual valve, be what i need to replace? Thanks for the response, Fred.
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Quote:
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I will give it a try. If the trickle originates there would the part # 6, the dual valve, be what i need to replace? Thanks for the response, Fred.
Maybe,
but before that conclusion is reached it would be a
good idea to check and see if proper voltage is getting to
the valve during fill. You should be getting 120 Volts AC
at the terminals of each of the two coils of the valve.
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