Checked lines, water going to washer full, but trickles into washer. Water valve?
ANSWER Hello Dennis,
You need to turn the water off and remove the supply hose from the rear of the unit. Look inside the hole the hose was on and see if the screen is stopped up. If so, gently remove it with a small screwdriver and clean it. Be sure to put it back in so the water valve won't be destroyed by mineral deposits and sedimentation from the water supply. If it isn't stopped up, remove the other end of the water hose to make sure there isn't a screen in that end since some installers will put one in there. If it wasn't stopped up on either end, the water valve 134190200 requires replacement. If it was stopped up, cleaning and reinstalling the screen will restore normal operation.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Saturday, October 27, 2012