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brianshunny69

washer is off cycle

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We just moved and of course the handy washer and dryer came with. Somewhere between houses something happened. When I start a load of wash the water does not fill to the fill level. If I advance the dial it will start washing but then on the rinse does the same thing. What has happened?????? I have a Whirlpool Model # LDA4000W2. I believe it fairly old, but it was free and it works great til now.

Thanks for any help

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Hello, my off-cycle friend. I would begin investigating at the pressure switch and its associated air tube; perhaps the air tube came off the pressure dome on the tub during transit.

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I am not familiar with the pressure switch. Can you give me a idea where I can locate it. Thanks for your help!!!!!!!!!!!

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The water level switch is what Moostafa is talking about.

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It's located in the control panel. This page shows you how to access it.

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I want to thank everyone for their help. I have searched and finally have found the problem. I guess my drain hose was not high enough. If I hold the hose higher the water seems to flow out better and the washer cycles through just fine. She's an oldy but a goody and I was not ready to give her away! At least not for a while. Thanks again!

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