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controltech

Member Since 04 Jul 2011
Offline Last Active Jul 10 2011 10:28 PM

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Kenmore He2t pressure switch adjustment

04 July 2011 - 11:56 AM

Hello to all,

Just registered, so give me a little time on the learning curve.
I have a Kenmore He2t front load machine. At this time I have no error codes I am looking for info relating to water fill. I know front loads are supposed to save water and all that but I truly believe that part of our "freshness" problem is related to the amount of water within the wash cycle. Sears has been to our humble abode many, many times and always leaves stating "the machine was out of level". Cutting to the chase; does anyone know how to set limits on the Pressure Switch. There are two sets of two adjustment screws on the back of the switch; viewed from the back and starting from the top pins 13 &14 are associated with the over suds sensing (as shown in the tech docs in the machine) and the other set closer to the bottom of the switch for pins 21, 22, 24, 26 (wash). I just don't want to jack with the switch w/out knowing sending the machine down the yellow brick road unable to click its heals and get back home. We clean the machine regular and have always used He detrergents. Even with a large load (towels) the window displays only marginal water running down it's face as items inside tumble.
Thanks for any help.


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