The washer fill cycle does not seem to work, the tub will overflow while filling and does not stop filling. What part is malfunctioning?
Answer Hello Bill. If you can stop the water from entering the machine by turning off the timer or unplugging the unit, you will need to look for a bad pressure hose or replace the pressure switch. If the only way to shut off the water is at the shut off for the water hoses, you will need to replace the water valve in the unit.
No hot water. There is water at the faucet and the screen is clean. How can I check if the coil is getting electricity before I order the complete valve assembly? Also, is there a way around replacing the whole valve if only one coil is bad (pricey otherwise)? Thanks! RS
Answer RS, Unfortunately, individual fill valve components for fill valves are not available, You'll need to order and replace the complete fill valve
8528052 if that is the issue. To test the voltage to the fill valve, you'll need to unplug the power cord, remove the washer cabinet and bypass the lid switch. Disconnect the hot water solenoid wires (brown/red and white) and attach your meter leads to the wire terminals. You'll need to set the water temp selector to hot wash, cold rinse, and set the timer to a wash cycle aand pull out the knob. If the 120 VAC appears on the meter, you'll need the fill valve. If not, you, need to check the wiring back to the water temp. switch and the temp.switch circuit Brown terminal #5 to Brown/Red terminal#3.