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    • Part Number: AP4023852
    • MFG Part Number: 205613
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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We have a leak in our Maytag washer. There is no problem washing the first load. When the washer begins to fill for the second load, water leaks from the bottom at the left rear. The water hoses have been replaced. No leaking when the washer is draining or when the tub is full of water, only when the tub is filling. It has been suggested that the problem might be the intake valve. Do you agree or is it something else? Thanks

Kapata for Model Number LAT9700AAW

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There is 120 volts on all four electrical connections on the inlet valve and adequate water pressure clean screens within the valve but no water enters the machine. What is the problem?

Charles

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I took the water inlet valve apart to soak it in vinegar because it was clogged with rust from our water. A washer fell out of it and I didn't see wear it came from. It has four little bumps on one side of it, so it must matter which side goes up. I can't find a picture of the inside of the water inlet valve. Can you help?

Debbie for Model Number A511S

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How do I install the water valve part number is AP4023852?

Linda for Model Number Maytag Model A882

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The pipes in my laundry room make a noise as the washer fills between cycles. Is this because of a faulty water inlet valve? I have replaced this before as my machine is 33 years old! Thanks. Chuck.

Chuck for Model Number maytag la806

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Start in regular cycle. Water fills and drains but when it enters rinse no water is put into tub. It goes through rinse without the water, then instead of stopping when complete it goes to the next cycle (permanent press). Replaced the timer but still has same behavior. Also, after running 1-2 loads like the above when trying to start a new load no water at all enters the tub during the wash cycle. I unplug, wait a few hours, then the above happens again.

Tk for Model Number maytag a9400

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Cold water intake is miniscule. Cycle works fine but water enters washer during rinse cycle very slowly. Replace intake value? Thanks. John

Johnb for Model Number LA712

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My washing machine sometimes does not stop filling sometimes. I have to switch to spin cycle couple time then start over to get it to work proper. Would it be the inlet valve or something else?..

Scott for Model Number lat5006aae

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Cold water would not fill into the machine; only hot. Water supply going to the machine is on, water pressure is good and didn't appear to be any clogs. We purchased a water inlet valve or mixing valve and replaced the valve. The cold water filled the machine for one or two loads, then the cold quit filling the machine. My husband doesn't remember where we purchased the valve, so we were just going to purchase another one - maybe we got a bad valve. But I wanted to know if there was any other possible problems, other than the mixing valve, that might be causing this problem. Also, can we purchase just the water inlet valve or do we need to purchase the kit? Thank you.

Vicki for Model Number Amana ALW480DAW

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Replaced injector valve and nozzle twice. Water still backs up and runs out top of sleeve. Hose is clean. Does this on warm setting. Seems like water is coming in faster than hose will carry it out. Does water valve regulate amount of warm water flow?

Puzzled for Model Number A112

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