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    • Part Number: AP4568366
    • MFG Part Number: W10339326
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Washer will not fill with water. When I cycle through to the spin cycle, the washer will spin, but no water enters the tub. What would cause this?

Aaron for Model Number LSQ9549PW5

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Hi My washer will only fill to a small load and then starts agitating even if I reset it and out it on large load.

Debbie for Model Number 110.27892790

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My washer started filling the water and agitation at the same time. I am thinking the issue is with water level switch and about to purchase AP4568366. Please confirm that my issue will be fixed with this replacement.

Roman for Model Number Kenmore waher model 11020922990

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When washer is calling for water it leaks a little from the front in the middle on the floor. It doesnt seem to leak when running just when filling.

Bru for Model Number lsq9549lw3

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The washer fill cycle does not seem to work, the tub will overflow while filling and does not stop filling. What part is malfunctioning?

Bill for Model Number 110.28972890

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Washer wont spin on spin cycle. Water will drain. checked pump, motor and motor coupler, all are fine. Checked water level switch and instead of 0.0 ohms, I do get between 0.2-0.4 ohms when testing per instructions I found online. The other part of the circuit showed an open circuit which was fine. Did empty tub, and a full tub of water. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Richard for Model Number LSQ9549LW2

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No hot water. There is water at the faucet and the screen is clean. How can I check if the coil is getting electricity before I order the complete valve assembly? Also, is there a way around replacing the whole valve if only one coil is bad (pricey otherwise)? Thanks! RS

Rs for Model Number Kaws850lq0

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I'm stumped, and so are other people I've talked to....Last week, my Kenmore 90 Series washer (made by Whirlpool) stopped filling prematurely when set on full - it only filled about half to 2/3 full, and started agitating. I decided to replace the pressure switch (original Part Number 3366845). The box for the part that I got (new) has part number W10339326. Inside the box, there is rubber tubing, one hose clamp, and the new pressure switch. The interesting thing is that the new pressure switch has a part # of W10231387 stamped on the underside, which does not cross over to my model washer (at least anywhere that I have looked so far). I connected the switch, and now my washer overflows. If I unplug the washer or push in the timer knob, the water stops filling, so that tells me that the water inlet valve appears to be working as desired. I did NOT install the clamp - the box included no instructions on which end of the hose the clamp should go on - the tub end or the switch end. Do you know? Also, if I blow on the tube going to the water level switch to simulate a full tub, it stops filling and starts the rest of the cycle. If I bypass the switch with a clip leads, it works as desired. I have verified that the tubing is not damaged or cut, and I have also verified that the tube holds pressure by putting a balloon over the end and filling the tub. While it did not inflate the balloon, it did keep it firm with the air pressure from the tub being full. Is it possible I have a bad water level pressure switch that is DOA, even though it is new? According to Whirlpool (I had my supplier call their contact at Whirlpool) the part W10231387 has superseded W10339326 as of March 12, 2012, because W10339326 was no longer available. Also, I have tested this in several different wash cycles, so I don't believe it is the timer. To recap - which end of the tubing does the clamp go on? Do I have a bad pressure switch? What else could be wrong? Thanks!

Jonathan for Model Number 110.26912691

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I changed my wl switch and still have a problem with water over filling. It works ok till it gets to rinse then never stops filling, unplugged still fills up but will stop on fill cycle. Thanks for the help.

Barry for Model Number lsq9010pw6

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Water fills up even when the cycles come around flooded my kitchen. Tube on switch looks ok is not blocked. Started washer then unplugged, it cut water off. Please help

Barry for Model Number whirlpool lsq9010pw6

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