I can only wash on small or medium loads. On large, the water over flows out into floor. What part will I need?
ANSWER Hello Lea,
In the case of an over fill, you may not need any parts at all. If the tub end of the pressure switch hose is stopped up with lint and detergent residue, you can actually remove the pressure switch hose off of the pressure switch and blow through it. If it has resistance that "pops" away when you blew on it, it solved the problem. You could also have low water pressure to the water inlet valve. This can be caused by the screen in the water valve being stopped up with mineral deposits and sedimentation from the water supply. If cleaning the screens doesn't solve the problem, you may have to replace the pressure switch 134497500 or the water inlet valve 134190200 as one could be failing. To determine if the water valve is at fault, start the machine filling with water and unplug it. If the water goes off immediately, the pressure switch will be at fault. If the water continues to fill but starts filling more slowly until finally shutting off, the water inlet valve is the component at fault.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Saturday, January 05, 2013