Is there a water line on the washing machine. My wife complaint is not enough water in the machine during wash cycl
Whirlpool WFW3090JW Small Stackable RV Front Load Washer - 24''
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Open Aug 20, 2021 - 12:26 PM
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Aug 20, 2021 - 12:49 PM
Yes, there is a water line on all washers. Troubleshooting : These steps apply to the most common washers. Upscale models may have additional components in the circuit (such as thermistors and water valves with more than two solenoids), but these basic steps can serve as a starting point. Select different water temperatures. If the water flows on one temperature selection and not another. Disconnect the water hoses at the machine and test by running water through each hose into the drain. Inspect the sediment screens in the inlet of the water valve and clean any sediment that is blocking the flow. If suspected flow problem is corrected, reconnect hoses and go back to step 1, otherwise, go to step 3 “Test the Whirlpool washer inlet valve” (skip step 2) Water comes into your washing machine for the wash and rinse cycles through the water inlet valve. So a lack of water at the wash or rinse cycle could be a result of a broken water inlet valve. Unplug the washer, then use a multi-meter to verify that the solenoids to open the valve have continuity
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