If the water level switch goes bad, would the water level keep rising & keep the washer from beginning the wash cycle? My washer just fills up & does not stop, did not know if it is the water level switch or the timer? The washer will drain & spin but will not aggitate the clothes.
Answer Hi Tommy. If you can stop the water from flowing in the washer by turning off the timer. The pressure switch WH12X10065 will more likely be faulty. If you disconnect the washer from the power outlet and water continues to flow in you will have a bad water valve WH13X10025. Hope this helps!
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My washer doesn't fill with water.
Answer Hello Jose. Check the lid switch and water valve on the washer. We will need your model number to help you with this. Please call 1-877-477-7278 or post your model number with a new question on the parts page. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx
My washer keeps filling up and won't switch over to agitate once in a while. What part would I need to fix it? I was told either the water level sensor, or the water level control switch.
Answer Hello Melissa,
This would be the pressure switch but I cannot give an accurate part number without the valid model number from the units' I.D. tag. You can re-post with this information or give us a call at 1-877-477-7278 and one of our representatives can look the part number and pricing information for you.
Does this part fit into Gibson Combo Machine?
The model number is not showing as being a valid model but Gibson was manufactured by Frigidaire and the GE part would not work for the model.
Water level control works very hard from low to mid level, good to high and good back to low level. Counter cloockwise it works fine.
You will want to pull the knob off the unit and check to make sure that there is nothing causing the switch to jam behind the knob and if that checks ok then you would want to replace the water level switch WH12X10065.