After a cold night the washer machine got fill of water. Did the water pump get broke, or is something else?
Answer Hello Gonzalo. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like the water valve is bad on the unit and will need to be replaced.
After my wash has completed the cycle, there is a slow drip that comes into the tub from the white item that water shoots down from when filling the tub to wash clothes. What part do I need to fix this?
Answer Hello Pamela. The slow drip can be attributed to one of 2 things. First is water pressure. I would check the facet an insure it is turned all of the way on. Also, you should check the screen on the water valve (where the hose hooks to the back of the machine). If it starts to stop up with mineral deposits or sedimentation from the water line, this can prevent sufficient water pressure to get to the actual valve to close the valve completely. (The water valve is closed by water pressure). The other thing that can cause it is the water valve 285805 is actually failing. Check the obvious before buying any parts but remember, the part,(if needed), is cheaper than the cost of repairing water damage! Hope this was helpful. Have a great day!
Spin cycle is shooting water near the end of cycle when parts are dry and now they are soaked. Do I need to replace the timer unit?
Answer Hello Eagle. Yes, based on the information you provided, it sounds like the timer 3363892 is bad and will need to be replaced. Hope this helps.
I think pump is leaking; looks like water is coming from pump . if not where to look?
Answer Larry, You're most likely correct, the pump is probably leaking 3363892 The other option, would be a loose or cracked tub to pump or drain hose, Thanks and Good Luck.
My washer will fill, agitate then it stops and will not drain or spin. What could it be?
Answer Hello C. You will need to check and see if the lid switch is broke or bad on the machine. If so, it can cause the problems your having. We will need your model number to help you more on this. Hope this helps. http://www.appliancepartspros.com/modelnumber_locator.aspx