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    • Part Number: AP4980184
    • MFG Part Number: W10372095
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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How do you replace the water valve on this model?

Jermaine for Model Number 11027082602

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Due to recent freeze had to replace water control valve and mother board due to water spraying up under the control panel cover. Have replaced both parts but when you start the washer after about a minute of running it throws a F1 error code. What is this code.

Robert for Model Number MTW6600TQO

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The washer makes loud clicking/buzzing, rumbling sounds when the pump begins to empty water from the tub during the wash and spin cycle. There are no leaks or any fluid dripping from the unit. Any ideas? Thanks Ben

Ben D for Model Number WTW6600SG3

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Can you send me the instructions to install this part on my washing machine so I can determine if I can do it or if I need technical help? The problem is both hot and cold water get to back of washer but only hot gets into washer. Cold inline filter is not cloged or dissloged. Doc

Doc L. for Model Number wtw6600sg0

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My washer is making a screeching squealing noise when the fill valves open. Water flows normally, but they make a high pitched sound while the water is running through them. I have run the manual diagnostic series and found that it happens during Codes C3 and C4 when two different solenoids engage. This corresponds to the "Select Cycle with Knob" test where it happens on Heavy Duty and Normal. The wires connecting to the solenoids are Purple and White. Is there a way to flush the valve assembly to remove build-up or possibly let it soak overnight in a vinegar bath? Water is flowing fine, it's just that SOUND! Thanks for your informative and educational site, and insight!

Marshall for Model Number Whirlpool WTW6600SW2

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My washer won't let Hot water into the Tub. The Solenoids just buzz and won't let the hot water thru the valve. Is their a clog internally?, or one or more of the Solenoids bad?

Jason for Model Number MTW6600TQ0

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I have a whirlpool cabrio washer. When the washer is turned on a small amount of water comes into the machine at the beginning of the cycle, then lid locks, washer continues through cycle but no more water comes into the machine. The are no fault codes on the control panel. I called customer service last week and was told that it sounds like the valve, so I ordered part and when it arrived I put it on my machine, but this did not help. I also posted this question on the forum and was told it sounds like the control board. I returned the valve and ordered the control board, it arrived today and I replaced the old control board but the problem still exist. Is there anything else I should try to resolve this problem?

Michael for Model Number WTW6600SW1

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There is water coming out/spraying from the valve area that is open without a solenoid above it also? Will the valve need to be replaced?

Angel for Model Number wtw6600swo

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Diagnostic test says F51, what does that mean?

Angel for Model Number wtw6600swo

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I have a Whirlpool Cabrio washer that will put a small amount of water into the machine at the beginning of the cycle, but no more water comes into the machine. The washer will continue to run through entire wash cycle with no water. There are no fault codes that appear on display. What could be causing this problem?

Michael for Model Number WTW6600SW1

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