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The water will not stop running into the machine. Even when the machine is turned off, water still runs into it.
Answer Hello Ken. It sounds like the water valve 134190200 is bad, and will need to be replaced. Hope this helps.
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Hi, lately the washer has been having issues, it finish the cycles but clothing comes out still soaking wet. What do you think is the issue and which part I should replace? Thank you.
Normally the clothing coming out wet on a washer will indicate that there is a clogged or restricted drain. You will want to check the drain from the tube on the bottom of the tub, through the drain pump and check the drain pump as well and all the way to the standpipe.
tub does agitate are spin fills with water and empties but will not spin.tub will bumb i also notice broken shock looks like tub hit timer,check power between term,5&6 no power could this be the timer
Answer Mark, It could be the timer 137394000 but you would probably want to check the wiring harness and motor control board, first. especially if you have a broken shock/damper. Theres no way of telling what may have been knocked loose, disconnected or damaged, if the tub was over rotating.
Front load washer pumps water in and out, but it won't spin or tumble. I believe it is the timer. Before it did this, I heard a crackling sound. The belt is good. Thanks for any help :)
Answer Hi Bud. Remove the front lower cover. Remove the sump hose going to the outer tub and to the pump intake. There is a filter part # 137518800 cup inside it. It collects the debris before it enters the pump impeller. Clear all debris. Check the impeller to see if it is spinning loose on the pump shaft. If it is replace it with part # 137221600. Thank You.
My washer will not go into final spin. The tub fills, drains, and slow spins. The belt is intact. Clothes are still coming out soaking wet? I want to make sure I order the correct part.
Answer Hi Melissa. Remove the lower front panel. Use a shop wet vac for water pick up. Get a dozen towels. Disconnect the pump intake hose (sump hose). It is the one connected to the tub as well. Inside you will find a trash catch cup in the 3rd rib of the hose. It is approx. 1" diameter by 3" deep. Clear it and the hose. Make sure there are no restrictions coming from the tub hole as well before putting it back on. Reach inside the tub hole and clear it. Then reach in the pump and clear the impeller. See if the impeller spins loose on the pump shaft. If so then the pump needs replaced. It is part # 137108000. Then reassemble all. Keep in mind that the pump has to completely empty and the door stay in the lock position so the pressure switch can be satisfied to allow high speed spin. If there are any front panel corner frame switches, make sure they are taped shut for testing. Test in a small cycle w/no clothes. It will be advantageous to find the supplied tech sheet inside the cabinet to aid you in the diagnosis. It allows you to put the unit in a diagnostic mode which brings up fault codes and tells you which circuit needs assistance. Thank You.