How to test a water level switch?
Answer Hello. If the washer is empty you should read closed across pink and violet. If it is full, it should read closed from tan to violet. Hope this helps.
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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.
Answer Hello Harry,
We do not have a video on how to replace the water level switch. You should check to make sure that your pumps and hoses are clear. Also check your pressure hose to make sure that it is not clogged or kinked which would also cause the issue. To replace the pressure switch you would unplug unit and on either end of the control panel use a putty knife and get under the panel or there may be 2 screws to take out. This will release the control panel. You will roll the control panel up and there are 2 clips under the control panel that hold the cabinet to the rear panel. release these clips. This will allow you access to the pressure hose and you can pull the knob off the pressure switch and take pressure switch off.