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    • Part Number: AP4567832
    • MFG Part Number: W10339229
    • Made by: Whirlpool
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How to test a water level switch?

Guest for Model Number LSR8433KQ0

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My washer is overfilling. I was informed by a repairman that I likely have a bad water level switch. I purchased a replacement water level switch (W10339229) and installed it. The new switch did not fix the problem. I did not replace the pressure hose that came with the switch - I just used the old hose. I assume I should use the new hose. Why does that matter?

Robby for Model Number W10339229 Water level switch

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We have a Whirlpool washer and when you begin wash cycle it will fill up with water but will not begin to wash. It does this in both regular and delicate cycle. We usually push in dial and turn the knob to reset the wash cycle and usually this will then make the machine begin to rotate and wash. Sometimes it takes a couple of times. Machine will then go through its cycle. Let me know what you think. Thanks, Shawn

Shawn A. for Model Number LSQ8000HQ0 Whirlpool Washer

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In the wash cycle, water was still coming in the washer. Water ran over the drum and out onto the floor. What would cause this?

Beth for Model Number Whirlpool Washer LSQ9659PW4

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When spins to rinse does not empty completely and while spinning water still comes in. Is it the relay or switch problem and where is it located?

Harry for Model Number kenmore elite top load washer

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Is there a video on how to replace the water level switch? I think that is our problem. We have a water miser and not only does the washer not fill all the way, but it doesn't fill all the way for the rinse either. It pumps only part of the water out of the sink, for the water miser....like it is set on small load instead of big load. I would hate to spend the money on the part, if it won't fix the problem, because this is an older machine. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Harry for Model Number 110.26791691

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My washer doesn't fill up with water all the way. It's sort of like its stuck on the small load setting all the time. Could it be the water level switch?

Matt for Model Number 110.26702693

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Water continues to run never filling up except on delicate cycle ? Thanks for any help

Ken for Model Number ras6233kq2

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My washer will not stop filling with water but will agitate the clothes. What are the possible problems?

Bett for Model Number RAS7133KQ1

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Our washer seems to run ok and the water levels seem to be right, but as it goes through its cycles about every other load it gets to the spot on the dial- after the washer fills in either the wash mode or the rinse mode but always after it fills it studers. At first I thought it was the control dial, but when this happens you can change the load size setting and the wash will take off again- either to keep filling if we changed to a larger load or start the next cycle if we chose a smaller load. So im trying to decide if its the control knob or water level switch? Thanks.

Bob for Model Number LSR8233EQO

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