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    • Part Number: AP4025680
    • MFG Part Number: 21001554
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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I have a Maytag (Model Number A5000). Will this fit my model

Wilma for Model Number Maytag Model A5000

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My Washer over fills, but I can stop the water from rising by pushing in the timer, but once I start it again it continues to overfill and does not start the wash cycle, water will drain if timer turned to spin cycle Thank you in advance for any help

Mac for Model Number pav2300aww

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tHE WASHER WORKS FILL UP WITH WATER SPINS RINSE BUT WILL NOT WASH

Ernest for Model Number CW20P5W

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What is a water level switch?

James F for Model Number fav6800aww

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Water level over fills and we need to set it at a lower setting.

Bill for Model Number ??

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The washer is very bad about walking across the room for bad balance. Is the something to correct this?

Dennis for Model Number Crosley washer CW7500W

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Thank you for your fast response that the water level swith I need is obsolete. I have a quick follow up question. The overfilling problem occurs in 1 wash cycle out of roughly 10-15 uses. Would this still indicate that the water level switch is the problem or does the irregular overfilling pattern indicate another problem? Thank you!

Bunny for Model Number Maytag 4211

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My 20+ tear old Maytag model A211 top loading washer needs a fill switch. The machine is so old that there doesn't seem to be any parts cross-references for it. Can you tell me if the AP4025680 switch is the correct switch for this great old machine? Thank you!

Bunny for Model Number 4211

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My washer wont retain the water that is pumping in it. Unless I hold the drain hose up in the air and let it drain untill it gurgles and then and only then will it hold water,and sometimes I have to do this process 4 to 5 times before it will work. Just to be clear it won't fill up with water at times it just runs straight through and drains out,hope you can help me. I've ordered a lot of parts from you guys and never have you been wrong so i'll put it in your hands now and wait for an answer. Thanks

Joel O. for Model Number cw20t5w

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My washer is overflowing and i've changed the water level switch and hose and it's still overflowing. What should I look at next?

Eric for Model Number pav2300aww

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