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    • Part Number: AP4567129
    • MFG Part Number: W10337781
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My water level selector switch is getting difficult to turn. Can you add a lubricant to the switch or is it going bad and going to need replaced?

Sheila W. for Model Number MTW5820TW0

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CANT SEEM TO GET THE WATER LEVEL SWITCH OFF... WATCHED A VIDEO THAT SAYS I HAVE A LITTLE HINDGE CANT FIND...HELP

Leesa for Model Number MTW 5820TWO

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Switch w-i (12 on your diagram). I am loockong only fol the plastic part that works the nob. Thanks.

Joseph C. for Model Number wtw55305q0

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Whirlpool Washer Water Level Selector Switch is stuck on Small Load. Would this be a faulty switch or is there some reset procedure?

Don for Model Number WTW5840SW0

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I replaced a faulty water level switch about 6 months ago. Last week I replaced a faulty timer. Upon replacing the timer, the water level switch appears to be bad again. I checked the hose and it seems fine. I blew in it and heard the switch click. Is there something that could be shorting out these parts? Time for a new washer? Or is there something that might be causing these parts to fail?

Chris for Model Number Kenmore 80 Series Washer 110.16882503

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Our washing machine fills completely full no matter what water level setting you select. The water level sensor seems to work properly mechanically. What else could be causing the problem?

Jeff for Model Number 110.29522800

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Water Level Switch Question: I'd like to know if there is a installation video for Part Number: AP4567129? I watched the video for PT Number AP4567828. but the parts are designed quite differently, so I would like to know if there is much difference in procedure for the two parts? Removing and replacing the actual part seems as though it will require a different approach.

Robert O for Model Number WTW5810SW 0

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My mothers washer tub only fills half way, would this be caused by a faulty water level switch or something different. thank you

Scott for Model Number wtw5530sqo

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My washer continues to fill with water and doesn't' move to the next cycle.

David P. for Model Number Mtw5820two

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Why does a new hose come with switch? Can't we use the existing hose?

Suzy for Model Number WTW5810SW0

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