Our machine will only run for about 2 minutes. It sounds like the pump is on. When we should start getting water, we have the finished beep and the machine shuts off.
Answer Hello Ken,
These units have a flood switch made under the unit in the base assembly. If water down there raises the float even by a hair, the unit will drain the water out and will not complete the washing cycle. The most common cause or the issue is the water inlet valve not fully opening, which causes a dribble of water from the fill assembly on the side of the unit. This small dribble accumulates in the main base and generates the issue.
If there is water in the lower pan with the flow switch, what would cause water to be in there?
Answer Hello Ron. This is caused by a hose or something leaking. You need to dry out the water, run the unit, and look for the leak and repair it.