No water at all?
You will want to turn the unit and check to see if there is 120 vac getting to the water valve. If there is then check to see if the screens in the water valve inlet are clogged. Also check to make sure that the water supply is turned on. If there is power and the screens are clean and water supplied then the issue will be in the water valve which would need to be replaced.
I turn on the washer and no water comes out.
Answer Hello Adam. Test and see if there is power to the valve. If so, make sure the screens are not clogged. If not, replace the water valve on the unit.
Machine won't fill or spin error code of 54.
Answer Hello Randy. No motor
drive motor. Check Motor - t10 tumble, t11 spin, t14 spin.
Check connections/cables between controls.
Power down (unplug) washer, wait 30 seconds and
retry - if reoccurs, replace inverter.
When water comes in it makes the water lines shake. They say it is the inlet vale. Is there any way I can test it to be sure. thank you
2 things can cause the unit water lines to chatter. The water pressure being too low or the screens on the water valve being clogged. The other thing is the water valve being faulty. Check the water pressure to the unit to make sure that it is good and make sure that the screens on the water valve are clean. If these check ok then you will need to replace the water valve WH13X10023.
The washer starts normally. It fills up just fine, but then only runs for about 10-11 minutes and then drains the water and stops. When this occurs the timer flashes, and you can start it again by hitting the start/pause button, but then it proceeds to fill up again and do the same process for 10-11 minutes. After running the code diagnostics test, I get the code E22, which hints to replacing the water valve. I also scroll the nob and E23 appears. I am unable to run the t08 and t09 tests...is it really the water valve?
Both of these error codes are in association with a fill problem. Here is what you will want to do. Ensure that the manual water valves are fully open. Check if the water strainers on the solenoid valve assembly are clogged. Check for obstruction inside the inlet water hoses. Ensure that the solenoid valves do not leak when the valves are deenergized and the washer is powered down. Measure the coil resistance for both valves, If the range is outside of 1000 - 1250 ohms at room temp then replace solenoid. Normally on the E23 error the valve would need to be replaced.