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    • Part Number: AP4310720
    • MFG Part Number: W10110225
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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The water enters the washer too hot when on "cold" setting during the wash cycle. I have to put it on "tap cold" in order to avoid ruining more clothes. I have tried to choke down the hot outlet, but the machine struggles for water. Almost as if only hot is going in when it should be mixed with mostly cold. It doesn't seem to do this during the rinse cycle. I was going to replace the flowmeter & heat sensor. Would either one of those help my problem?

S-A-S for Model Number 110.44932 200

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The fabric softener is not dispensing. The dispenser motor seems to be functioning fine as the water is appropriately dispensed into each compartment and all other compartments seem to be emptying appropriately. However, when the cam follower points to compartment IV, water enters the compartment diluting the softener, but the softener compartment remains full of its diluted contents at termination of the entire wash cycle and does not drain. Bin was removed and does not appear to be clogged and neither the tubing leading to and from the dispenser. What would you suggest as the most likely issue?

Larry R for Model Number Whirpool Duet

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Won't stop filling with water.

Neil for Model Number wtw6500ww1

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Have a Kenmore Elite HE3 that is giving error code FH. Do I need a flowmeter? The screens on the water inlet valve are clear. Thanks!

Kerry B for Model Number 110.42822200

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My Whirlpool Duet 9200WL has a constant drip into the soap dispenser,then the tub. I have looked and have found no obstruction. What part would I purchase. I think part 4 on your diagram, What are your thoughts? Thank You. Katie

Katie for Model Number Whirlpool Duet 9200wl

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Firstly, I had my model number slightly wrong, I had stated "wfw9400sw00" and it is actually "wfw9400su01" I double checked the two parts I had ordered from you so far and they were good for both models. So, I didn't understand what was meant by "siphoning" referred to in the last response from you guys? Also, I called a local tech because I thought he might as well just come out and look it over. He suggested trying replacing the water inlet valves just in case. He said that he had solved the f-20 in this way in the past and it couldn't hurt to do this before moving on to looking at the ccu, or whatever the main chip or board is in this machine. What do you think about that? I thought about maybe buying a new machine because I am tired of not being able to get my laundry done at home, until I saw the price of a new washer, I will try some more avenues before I break the bank with a new machine. Thanks in advance for your answer.

Jeff for Model Number wfw9400su01

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I ordered a replacement flow meter for my washer which was showing an F-20 error. Prior to this I had removed and checked the hoses and screens on the machine and removed a small bit of mineral deposits which did nothing to help, we also tested the flow of the output pump and when the machine empties it looks very normal with a ton of water coming out fast. Fast forward to me replacing the flow meter, The existing meter shut the machine down about 15 min. into the wash cycle. The new one shut down the machine within 30 seconds. The existing or original meter would allow you to restart the load and it would finish. The new meter will not allow a restart. It just keeps shutting the machine down immediately. What are your ideas as to what is going on? BTW, I did the diagnostic test though I didn't quite understand what was supposed to happen but it seemed to show me the f-20s a number of them and then proceed to test c01 c02 and c03 before turning off. Does that mean something?

Jeff for Model Number wfw9400sw00

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I replaced the drive coupler on my kitchenaid washer when I put it back together the water level does not work it keeps filling with water it will not shut off and go to the next cycle . The back fell all the way to the floor when I removed the jacket to get to the motor could this have caused the problem.

Ronald B.

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I just received flowmeter w-10110225 it is a replacement for a disc. part. The wire connectors do not match. At the end of the washer wire is a mini connector board that is smaller than the one in the new flowmeter. Thank you, tom

Tom for Model Number ghw9300pw0

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My washer does not clean well. it seems there is not enough water in the tub. In a large load there are dry spots on the clothes in the middle. Would this be the pressure switch or flow meter or both ?

Tom for Model Number wfw9200 SQ 00

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