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    • Part Number: AP4023852
    • MFG Part Number: 205613
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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Washer will not spin, but will fill with water, also the water inlet valve hummes loudly when you set the dial indcater to spin and pull knob. My thought is it may be the water inlet valve, I would appreciate some advice.

Do It Yourselfer. for Model Number A712

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Does it matter how you connect the wires to a replacement valve? I forgot to look before removing the old one!

Tom M. for Model Number Maytag washer LAT8200AAW water inlet valve

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Problem: The hot water does not shut off once the tub fills to the proper level only the cold water shuts off. The hot water continues to flow until the wash cycle is complete then everything shuts down and the water stops flowing. What is the voltage to the water valve coils? AC or DC

Lrb for Model Number LA512

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I turn machine on, front panel lights up , make a wash selection water temp lights will not move, shut the d0or and push the start the door will latch and as soon as it does the circuit breaker trips.. .the door will not unlatch . have to unlatch it with the pull switch inside the front cover . I took it o a local dealer to have it repaired they charged me 142.00 dollars and said that they could not find any thing wrong with it . I bough it home and it still did the same thing I thought it might be the door latch so I ordered a new one and installed it $^&*()&^%#$. it still does the same thing. any help would be appreciated Thank you

Tom for Model Number MHWE500VP00

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When washer starts the wash cycle it will wash anywhere from 10 to 20 seconds and will stop and fill with more water. It seems like the water level is dropping just enough to make it stop and refill to the level that is selected. It will do this through out the entire wash cycle. rinse and spins fine.

Jeff for Model Number A7800XP1

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Hi, I have a problem with my washer maytag A8420, is not filling cold water, only hot water, I check the cold water hose and disconected from the washer and is ok , I reinstall the cold hose, but only minimal amount of water get to the tank, with hot temp button fill ok. Do I need to replace the water valve? or is an electrical problem? thanks in advance.

Carlo for Model Number maytag A8420

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When washer is washing and when gets to rinse cycle the cold water just trickles in.

J C

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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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