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Pressure Switch (white)

Part Number: AP4027561
MFG Part Number: 22002706
Made by: Whirlpool
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Water level pressure switch. Color: White.

Genuine Whirlpool part. Whirlpool brands include Whirlpool, Maytag, KitchenAid, Jenn-Air, Amana, Magic Chef, Admiral, Norge, Roper, and others. See all items in Washer Switch.
Whirlpool also makes various appliance models for Sears / Kenmore.

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Part Number 22002706 (AP4027561) replaces 455384, AH2020519, EA2020519, PS2020519.

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It won,t fill with water, but it will go though all the cycles. If I pull off the hose on the pressure switch and put it back on, it sometimes works. But now it also over fills.

Dave for Model Number Maytag Atlantis #MAV6200AWW

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I have an overfill problem. I have checked the fill levels with out clothes to see where the water level is according to the water level switch position. It seems to be working properly. I have disconnected the air tube from the pressure valve and blew into the hose and can hear the air in the tub so I think that's ok. Using a multimeter, I checked the pressure switch by blowing into the switch and that is working correctly. I'm wondering if it might be taking to much pressure to activate the switch. Do you know the amount of pressure required to close the switch? The overfill problem seems to show up on the super wash setting on the water level switch. I checked the water level with a full load of clothes after the tub filled and it was correct. After the first wash cycle when it adds water is when the tub will fill to the very top. I'm tempted to replace the pressure switch but would like to be sure before i do. Perhaps you have more detailed trouble shooting instructions. Thanks for your help.

Larry for Model Number mav6200aww

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I too, have an over-fill problem. As it was filling, I pulled the electric plug and it stopped filling, so the inlet valves seem to work correctly. I blew the tubing that connects to the bottom of the tub to the water level switch - it was clear and cracks or splits. So that should be ok. Now this is what I want to know - as the tub was filling, the level in the tube was not seen. [Now it was not touched when it or something else failed]. But this time, without seeing a level in the tube, I pulled the tube off the bottom nipple to see if water was able to flow freely; which it did and i then reattached the tube and the level in the tube was now equal with the level of the tub. It just kept on filling right past where it should have stopped. So I drained it and this time on refilling at the small load setting again, I didn't touch the tube. The water level in the tube came up only 3/4" up the tube from out of the small plastic box with the nipple on outside bottom of tub. The tube level was 3" below the tub level when it correctly stopped filling and started its wash cycle. Is that all the higher the level in the tube should be?

Jonn for Model Number 11024952300

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The washer fills up normally on the fill cycle, but continues to oven fill. It will not go to the wash cycle, you have manually drain the wash.

Jerome for Model Number mav6200aww

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My washer overfills and will not stop bringing in water.

Jerone for Model Number mav6200aww

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What do I need to do to fix this???

Jeri for Model Number mav4057aww

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