I am having the same issue as above where the larger loads will overflow. How do I replace this part? It seems to be part of the control panel and it seems to be part of the top assembly. Any thoughts?
Answer Smitty, you will also need to check or replace the pressure switch hose WH41X365 check and make sure it's not kinked or twisted, if you're comfortable , blow in the end that you remove from the switch and clear any possible debris that could restrict the air flow. To access the water pressure switch :" Remove the four(4) #15 Torx screws from the top of the control panel. The tech data sheet can also be accessed at this time, Locking tabs in the front of the switch trim allow partial forward rotation to support switch trim. Make sure the water faucets are turned Off, and the wash tub is empty, Disconnect and label the wires attached to the switch assembly. and the pressure switch hose. insert a small screwdriver under the switch locking tab, rotate the switch assembly counterclockwise, and lifting the assembly out of the switch bracket to remove. Reverse steps to reassemble, put machine in spin for at least one minute before checking operation of the switch". Thanks and Good Luck.
Washer fills and run normal on small, medium, large settings, but on ex. large and super it overfills and spills on the floor. Could this be from the switch pressure?
Answer Hello Scot. Yes, it sounds like the pressure switch is bad, and will need to be replaced. Make sure the water cuts off when you turn it off, and doesn't continue to come in. If it is good, then you will need to replace the pressure switch. Hope this helps.