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Elehairyjob5 02-18-2010 07:13 AM

timer control or water level control?
 
Dear tec the unit in the rinse cycle keeps filling however does not stop filling nor will it cycle as full and begin agitating thus moving through to the end of the washer cycle. Is this a timer problem a senser problem or a water level control. The two parts control & level are not cheap please say there is a water level sensor that's bad.

magician59 02-18-2010 09:03 AM

Select "Cold/Cold" in a fill cycle and see if it stops filling at each water level setting. If it does, I would suspect the timer.

Elehairyjob5 02-18-2010 10:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by magician59 (Post 191080)
Select "Cold/Cold" in a fill cycle and see if it stops filling at each water level setting. If it does, I would suspect the timer.

Thank you I'll give it a whirl nice to be able to start eliminating things.

magician59 02-18-2010 01:44 PM

We're all about helping you save money on your repairs. This process can take some time, but between you and all of us, we can get that machine humming like Grandma's old Buick again!


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