Washer will fill on it's own when not in use-it will overflow.
This issue would be caused by a faulty water valve since it is continuing to allow water in even when off.
My washer does not fill with water but will spin. I don't know what it could be. Can you help?
Answer Hello Larry. You will need to order and replace the lid switch on the unit. Also, order and replace the fuse 22001555 on the unit.
Tub filled Large load & just started to agitate & stopped. I suspected door switch. I emptied clothes & water from tub & pulled washer from dryer frame & tub started to fill again. I shut it off & emptied it again & tried to fill it to lowest level but it continued to fill higher. Tried shutting off water supply to & turn on machine but it still won't spin. Could it only be the level switch?
Answer Joe, It does sound like a water level switch or air dome hose issue 12002304 and 22001616 These two components control the water level in the tub. It doesn't sound like a faulty fill valve, at this point. The next check is at the umbilical cord, Make sure all the pins and receptacles in both ends are clean, make good, proper contact, and the ends are locked and secure when plugged into each other. If alls OK and the washer still won't spin and drain, then check the lid switch assembly 12001513 or 12001514 (depending on series or serial number).
Water starts to fill and the same time machine starts to turn. Then the water doesnt stop to fill until it overflows.
Answer Hello Joll. If you can stop the water with the power, replace the water level switch. if you have to turn off the water, replace the valve on the unit.
Water will come into the tub at desired levels but it will not advance to the next cycle.
Answer Hello Gary,
If the water level switch 12002304 is passing voltage, check the lid switch 22001682. If it tests good I would suspect the contacts in the timer 22001924 not passing voltage or the timer motor has failed.
My washer won't fill with water and I suspect the pressure switch.
Is there any way to test it .I have a digital ohm meter.
Answer Hello Jon. Set the load level to large on the pressure switch 12002304. Then test across pins 1 and 3. Should read closed when empty and pins 1 and 2 should be open. Then fill the unit up and once full, pin 1 and 2 should read closed and 1 and 3 should be open. You can test this with a multi-meter TJMA-DMT3. Here is a link on how to use a multi-meter. Hope this helps. http://forum.appliancepartspros.com/oven-repair-including-ranges-cooktops/4810-how-check-continuity-ohmmeter.html