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    • Part Number: AP3094541
    • MFG Part Number: 285805
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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My washer will not fill with water. I have cleaned all the intake hose screens.

Betty for Model Number ETW4400XQ0

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The cold water surges on fill, both for wash and rinse cycles. At times it can be quite strong. What could the problem be? Thanks!

Ltbird for Model Number LSQ9550PW2

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I purchased a water inlet valve for a whirlpool LSC8244eq1 washing machine. When I took the old one off I forgot to label the connections. I realize the red connector is for hot, and white is cold. Does it matter which way I re-connect the new inlet valve. I think there are (2) wires on one of the hot and cold connections. Which one goes on top, and which one goes on the bottom if you are looking at it from inside the washer. I realize the hot is on bottom. But the connectors one has (2) wires on it for the hot and cold. So I just need to know which one goes on top, and which one goes on bottom for both the hot and cold connections. If I could find a wiring diagram I am sure it would tell me..Many thanks

Keith G for Model Number whirlpool washing machine

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When washer is filling up the water continues to run in to tub after the washer starts to wash. I have to cut water off manually or the room will be flooded. What causes this?

Annie for Model Number whirlpool

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Washer doesnt fill with water.

Daniel for Model Number Maytag top loader

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Hello there! The motor is not working so the water pump is not draining the water and it does not spin. When I try turning it on, the water inlet valve makes a sound. Could this be the source of the problem? Please help me figure this out. Thank you in advance for your help. Hope to hear from you soon!

Rafael for Model Number kenmore serie 70 model 11092573210

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When the unit is filling I hear (and observe on my CW pressure gauges) water hammer. The hammer occurs throughout the cycle during each fill period. I suspect it is the fill valve solenoids. Please advise.

Kris K for Model Number Whirlpool LSR5233EQ1

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Mod LSR5132PQ0 Type 111 Serial # CR3106905 MFG Date (guess) 21-07-2004 Breif background of machine: Machine functioned flawlessly for first 2 years after which: 1) It was transported by a poorly-operated moving service. 2) It was stored in an unheated garage for approximately 1 year and further stored in a home basement up until April 29th, 2014. 3) While in storage, the "Load Size" selector mechanim's switch stem and knob were broken-off. 4) After some disassembly for access purposes, I carefully re-attached the internal "Load Size" mechanism's stem using a powerful adhesive, and then, after reassembly, re-mounted the "Load Size" knob on the "Load Size" mechanism's stem. 5) Finally, I attempted to run the machine in order to perform a full 'test wash' cycle--a complete test run of both "Normal" and "Casual" settings, and in both "Small" and "Large" load settings . Here is what I observed regarding my attempts with "step 5": A) The machine fills non-stop--to the point of overflow--unless manually halted. B). Even when manually set to the 'agitate' portion of a cycle, the machine will not agitate. Instead: silence. C). However (in both "Casual" and "Normal" modes), when manually set to final "Spin" the machine seems to properly spin until emply and automatically shuts down. In response to the above "A" and "B", here is what I did: First: I removed the clear plastic "pressure"? / "vacum"? tube that attaches to the "Load Size" internal mechanism. Then I alternately appied pressure and vacum to the tube, and did the same to the point of connection on the "Load Size" mechanism--where the tube attaches, and then re-attached the tube to the "Load Size" mechanism. Then (while still inside the front control panel), I double-checked all mult-circut connections / jacks that connect the machine with both the "Load Size" control mechanism and the "Regular / Casual" cycle / dial, control mechanizm. Alas, my efforts have had no effect: the machine still malfunctions in the same manner previously describe. Any advice will be appreciated. Thank You, Galen

Galen for Model Number LSR5132PQ0

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Need a water inlet. What is the number and a picture so I can look at it? Thanks.

Carolyn for Model Number wfw9700vw00

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The washing machine drips water into the tub when sitting idle. Hopefully this is an easy fix

Pam for Model Number AL6245VTO

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