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    • Part Number: AP4567828
    • MFG Part Number: W10337780
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Before I replace the switch on the control panel, is there something else I can check to help me figure out why the "hot" water will not come out when set to "hot" or "warm" setting. When switched to "hot" the machine just hmmmmmms and no water comes out but it will if set at "cold" or "warm-cold" setting.

Tony Q. for Model Number Whirlpool LXR7244PQ3

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Washer overflows too frequently. I saw your video. I am guessing I should replace the water level switch and hose. My wife says the switch doesn't always center/snap to one place or another. I replaced the motor coupling last summer an observed the hose was pretty gross looking. I also learned what happens when it becomes disconnected :-(. It's probably loose now after these years of heavy use. Question: Is whirlpool kit w10337780 a replacement? Does it include a four position switch replacing sears # 3366847? I assume the hose is a standard diameter. Thanks in advance.

Thomasr for Model Number Kenmore 110.20932992

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My Washing machine will not fill with water but when I turn the knob to spin it will spin. Could this be the Water Level Switch Kit? We took the part off and checked the device and it was not showing no continuity.

Heather for Model Number lxr7244jq1

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My washer will not fill when I start a cycle. The agitator begins running immediately, but without water. I tried replacing the timer, but still does the same thing. Should I try the water level switch next?

Gary T for Model Number Lxr7144eq1

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Hi I have Kenmore Elite , Model # 11022932100 Recently when I start the washer 1 - water starts to fill and at the same time agitator also starts. 2 - When , it stops, still there is some water in the tank and the clothes are very wet. Both are new problems. What kind of switch do I need to correct the problem. Thanks velu

Velu for Model Number 11022932100

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Hi I have Kenmore Elite , Model # 11022932100 Recently when I start the washer 1 - water starts to fill and at the same time agitator also starts. 2 - When , it stops, still there is some water in the tank and the clothes are very wet. Both are new problems. What kind of switch do I need to correct the problem. Thanks velu

Velu for Model Number 11022932100

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1- As I turn the washer on, water starts to fill and at the same time agitator also starts agitating. 2- when the washing is done, there is still water in the tub. Clothes are very wet. Both are new problems. I would like to know why. Thanks

Velu

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2 things. First, where can I look on my washer to find the model number so I can make sure I get the right parts for the machine? Second, my washer continues to fill with water and will not stop no matter what wash level I set it to. I have taken the water level switch off and tested its continuity, however, I'm not familiar with when it should have continuity and when it should not. The part number I have found that fits my machine is 3366847. Do I need to replace this part or could there be something else causing the problem? It will not cycle out of the filling cycle on it's own. I can get the water to stop filling by shutting the machine off or manually turning the cycle knob to where it should be washing, but all it does is humm, it won't wash. It also will not drain when I put it in the drain cycle. I'd like to be sure that I replace just the part I need to replace. Thanks.

Scott

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The washer continued to fill to overflowing. I have run the washer and unplugged it. The water stopped, so it doesn't appear to be the water inlet valve. The washer stopped filling when unplugged so I replaced the water level switch. I also replaced the pressure tube that came with the water level switch. The water still continues to fill to overflow. I blew air through the air dome. The air dome looks pretty dirty though. What should I do now? Do I need to remove the air dome and clean it out? If so, how do I do that?

Marilou for Model Number MTW5800TW0

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My washer appears to be overflowing and doesn't know when to stop filling with water. It sounds like its the pressure switch that needs to be replaced. What testing do I need to do on the pressure switch to know if it's bad? Please explain in detail how I would go about blowing through the tube. Thanks!

Jason for Model Number Maytag MTW5800TW0

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