A while back my washer started not spinning, but when I played with the different knobs and opened and closed the lid a bunch of times it started working fine again.
2 weeks ago it overflowed and I researched and decided to buy and install a new water pressure switch. It worked OK for a couple of loads, and then last night it tried to overflow again (I caught it because I don't trust it yet). So I messed with the knobs again, got it to agitate, and then had a terrible time trying to get it to spin.
What do I need to replace now? I did not replace the hose coming off the pressure switch and have never replaced the lid switch. Any other ideas? Do you think its the big dial with all the different kinds of cycles going out? Hope not - looks complicated! Thank you!
ANSWER Debbie, you're on the right track, you don't want to start with the electronic control WH12X10271. But you do need to check or replace the pressure switch hose WH41X365. the switch controls the water level into the washe and it must reset to the "empty" position, for the washer to spin. Then consider the lid switch WH12X10141, for now check and make sure the magnet on the underside of the lid, is not loose damaged or missing WH12X10276, Good Luck and Thanks
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Saturday, April 28, 2012