The water level switch will not turn; it is stuck in the small load position. Please help. Thanks.
Answer Hello Jim. It sounds like you need to replace the water level switch on the unit if it is stuck. W10339251 is the correct switch.
Load size switch. How hard to replace?
Answer Hello Cliff. These are not hard to replace. Unplug the unit and remove the 2 screws on the back corners of the control panel. Pull the panel forward and flip it backwards. Next unplug the lid switch and remove the 2 brass clips from the cabinet. Pull of the cabinet and access the pressure hose. Rmove the old hose and install the new hose in the same location. Next pull off the switch knob. Release the locking tab and twist the switch to remove it. Istall new switch in reverse order.
The water selector is on warm wash/cold rinse. The water starts in warm like it should then after 20 seconds it changes to all cold. Never comes back to warm. Please tell me what part I need. The screens are clean and the hot water is working well.
The unit operates off of a thermistor that is in on the water valve. The thermistor will sense what the water temperature is and open and close according to the temp. If the incoming water temperature is above 70 degrees then the bimetal will not open to allow hot water to come in. It is possible that the bimetal is defective and water valve would need to be replaced.