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    • Part Number: AP4501024
    • MFG Part Number: W10292584
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Hi, My Washing Machine won't fill or wash, But if you move the dial to spin it spins just fine, I added water to the drum with a bucket and it seems to pump it out just fine. Thanks for your time!! Steve

Steve H. for Model Number WTW57ESVW1

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My washer has the automatic water level system. When I start the washer it is supposed to fill a small amount of water, then agitate the soap and water then shut down then add clothes. My washer starts agitating immediately when the lid is initially shut, then continues filling with water and never does shut down to add clothing I suspect that the water level switch is defective, Is that the probable cause or something else.

Jerry H for Model Number WTW57AVS-W1

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Washer will not fill,I have power to the hot and cold fill valves but solenoids will not open. The fill valves are good can hook power direct and solenoids will open. The auto sensing switch with the clear hose from the tub to the switch,when I remove the hose from the switch and blow in it should it not click like the old model pressure switches? Also I was messing around with the lid switch and every so often I would hear the water solenoid vale click open, rewired lid switch and even bypassed it and still have 117.4 V to the water solenoids but will not open. I am wandering if the auto sensing swith or fill valve is telling the machine is full and will not open the valves. Why would I have voltage to the valves but they will not open. Could I have a bad neutral wire?

Butch for Model Number wtw57esvwo

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Hot water comes in on cold setting and does not go though rinse cycle. Temperature control switch maybe?

David for Model Number roper washing machine rtw4440xq0

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Cold water fill rate is too slow. Water inlet valve was replaced recently and made some improvement, but it did not resolve the problem. Hot water fill rate is fine. There is a low hum while cold water is filling. Is the problem caused by a faulty pressure switch, timer motor, or a combination of both?

Dewaldg for Model Number 110.24622300

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Hi, Could you please tell me where the switch sensor is located? Thanks, Beth

Beth for Model Number wtw57esvxo

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HI, Just recently at the start of the rinse cycle the agitator will stop and the timer shuts off before the water is able to drain, thereby leaving a drum full of water. If I tap or shake the control panel just after the timer shuts off, it will kick in and continue with the rest of the cycle (draining and spinning all of the water off). Sounds like a timer issue but do I also need to change the sensor? I don't think it is a lid switch issue but how can I test this? Thanks, -JP

Jateen P for Model Number LSQ9564JQ0

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Hi, My Kenmore washer seems to work fine until it gets to the rinse cycle. It's like you turned it off. The lid switch seems to be working. I checked it, and have resistance with the lid closed and not when open. So I restart the machine at rinse, it usually will then drain and spin properly. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Marc

Marc for Model Number WTW57ESVM0

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Washer will fill but won't always agite will go straight to spin.

Tammy for Model Number 11029822801

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After loading my washer, closing the top lid, and pushing the timer knob in to start the wash cycle, it starts agitating and filling with water at the same time. After the load has finished washing, it again sprays water after the spin cycle, leaving my clothes soaking wet. This is a Whirlpool top load washer. Does this sound like a load sensor switch to you? If not, then what? Thank you.

Bernard M. for Model Number WTW58ESVW1

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