No cold water coming out from inlet valve.
Answer Hello Joel. You will need to check and see if power is coming to the cold valve. If there is power there, and the cold water is not working, you will need to replace the valve. Hope this helps.
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My washer keeps leaking cold water into the tank after the wash cycle. Just a trickle, but will overflow if you do not turn off the cold water valve at the houses plumbing.
Answer David, You're on target, you will need to replace the water inlet valve W10144820 The diaphragm inside the valve isn't sealing completely and allowing the water to enter the washer and drip into the tub.
No hot or cold water. Spins and agatates .replaced water inlet valve and still no water
Answer Hello Dee. It sounds like the pressure switch W10339334 is bad and will need to be replaced on the unit.
i test the leeds on the solonoids and on my didital tester it reads .842 is that means the valve bad ?????
The reading that you get would depend on the setting that you have it set for and if it is an auto range. If it is auto range then it does sound like the resistance would be within range.
Machine doesn't rinse on any cycle. Would changing valve #w10144820, maybe be my solution?
Answer Hello Cjsand. If the cold water is not filling, and there is power to the valve, then the valve would fix the issue. If the cold water works, then it cold be the lid switch or a bad timer.
No cold water only hot on setting requiring hot water. Tub will not fill completely unless on Hot. Rinse cycle will not work because it uses cold water. Tub fills completely on hot setting but still no rinse cycle because it requires cold water I am told. Cold water Hose has screen filter and works (Flows readily) when not attached to washer. How do I access the valves that need replacing if that is what it takes and what is the part #? Could it be the automatic temperature sensor.
You will want to check the screens on the inlet valve to make sure that they are not clogged. Also check the power to the water valve to ensure that there is power getting to it. If there is no power getting to the valve then the temp switch would most likely be the cause of failure. To access the water valve you will need to remove the control panel. The control panel can be removed by using a putty knife under the front corners of the control and pushing in on a spring clip to release the panel. Under the control panel there will be 2 clips that you would remove. Once removed you can move the cabinet to access the valve.