My washer is draining and refilling over and over again, sometimes for the whole night. What could be happening ?
Answer Hello Serpa,
First make sure the drain line comes up as high as the top of the main top of the machine in case it is siphoning. If it is, the issue is most likely in the control WH12X10457.
Error code 22. Water is coming in to the machine but the t06 test begins with an E but f and nl never display. When it reaches full it pumps out and shuts off. In normal operation it fills and drains but never goes into agitate. It just shuts off. Is the pressure switch my problem?
Answer Hello Randy,
The fault code 22 indicates fill problems and the t06 is referring to the pressure switch as a component in need of testing. You need to make sure the hose that attaches to the pressure switch is clear back to the tub. If you pull the tech sheet from the unit it advises the following: • Ensure manual water valves are fully open. • Check if water strainers on solenoid valve assembly are clogged. • Check for obstructions inside inlet water hoses. • Ensure solenoid valves do not leak when the valves are de-energized and the washer is powered down. • Measure coil resistance for both valves; if outside range (1000–1250 ohms at room temp.), replace solenoid valve assembly. IF ABOVE STEPS DO NOT CLEAR THE PROBLEM, OR FOR ERROR CODE 23: • Replace solenoid valve assembly.
Can the pressure switch be adjust to increase water level?
Answer Hello Jhnnyv. No, you do not need to adjust for more water. This can cause the unit to flood.
My washer has a small amount of water in it. Would that trigger the water level switch not to allow water in the washer?
Answer Hello Rick. Only if the water is enough to pop the diaphragm inside the switch and cut the switch off. Try draining the water and see if the unit then fills.
No matter what size load, the machine attempts many times to spin up to full speed. The drum begins to wobble (not violently) but then slows and the spin cycle resets and starts over again. This can happen over and over again before the spin is successful. Is there a sensor which might be giving a bad signal, or is there a suspension system that is allowing the drum to wobble too much?
Answer Hello Jack,
It could be a suspension issue or it could be a bad control board WH12X10468. You should check unit by running a drain and spin cycle and observe if it spins at full speed. If it continues to do the same thing then you would need to replace the control board. The control board tells the unit at what speed to spin and if with empty load the unit is still sensing a unbalanced load then the control is faulty.