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Hi Everyone I recently purchased this GE Washer . Used it for about 20 loads. Did 2 loads this morning(no issues) and on the 3rd load the tub stopped filling with water. My process is that I lift the lid and the machine wakes up and I close the lid . I then press the start button and it would normally give a squirt and pause then another squirt and pause and then on the third time I would hear a click noise and it will fill. no issues. assuming the sensors are doing their job This morning as I was doing the load on the 3rd squirt no water would come out. Just a hum and the lid locked . I thought I heard a loud noise this morning on the 3rd squirt and that when the lid locked .I was able to unlock the lid and start over but now what I am experiencing is that on the 3rd squirt water would come out for about 5 seconds and then shut off . if I open the lid and close it and press the start then it will start filling and shut off in about 5 seconds. I check the hoses and water was blasting out . I didn't notice any debris on the inlet screens. I am able to turn dial and to drain & spin and it drains the water out and spins I haven't opened up the control panel but from what I can see i would need to two 1/4 hex head screws on each side and then pop it off the metal bracket. Any advice would be greatly appreciated Wayne
wendyvt posted a topic in DIY Appliance Repair HelpHi! newbie here! i've got a whirlpool dw WDT750SAHZ0 that has worked fine for over 6 months of daily use -- i bought it from a "scratch-n-dent" store. just yesterday, dw lights showed "clean." i oped the dw, and the dishes were all dirty. tried to run it again, then realized there's no water getting into dw. i checked the float, and i hear a faint "click," so i'm thinking that part is ok. i put the dw into a cycle mode, and i do hear a motor which i'm assuming would be a water pump running, but inside is dry as a bone when i open it up. now i'm assuming it's the water inlet valve. (that being said, i do have a mouse problem -- little bugger just chewed up my printer power chord. could mickey have eaten some of the wiring on the water inlet valve?) sidenote: i did check the water supply and it's on, as always -- it's just saddled into my hot water supply for my kitchen sink so it's can't be off unless i turn it off at the source. since we live way out in appalachia, finding an appliance repairman will be an exercise in extreme patience, and i'd like to be able to at least give him a hint before he drives all the way out here, only to find he doesn't have my particular water inlet valve. i was wanting to run a diagnostic test. unfortunately, there is no instruction on how to do so with this model. the only instructions i've found say to hit the "rinse" cycle. there is no "rinse" cycle on this model. it's got "sensor/heavy/normal/1-hour wash/soak & clean." there's no display either. on the other hand, am i just "pissin' up a drain pipe" even bothering with a whirlpool self-diagnostic? is it of any value? oh, did i mention that being the scaredy cat that i am, in order to block the mouse, i sprayed copious amounts of foam insulation into every crevice i could find, including the sides of the dw kickplate? 😳 thanks in advance! wendy 🙂