Lid Switch Assembly
The lid switch assembly is a safety feature that tells the washer that the lid is closed and it is safe to continue to wash clothes. Lid switches are generally made out of plastic and tend to wear, bend and break easily do to natural wear and tear or the lid closing hard resulting in the washer not advancing to the next cycle. People always ask How do you replace a washer lid switch? or How do I fix the lid lock on my washing machine? Kenmore, LG, Maytag, Whirlpool, Samsung, Fisher-Paykel & Speed Queen
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Replacing the lid lock on a top-load washer:
Replacing a door lock on a front-load washer
Water Level Pressure Switch
The water level pressure switch sits higher than the water towards the top of the machine and tells the control board what level the water is in the drum and when to turn off the machine or water inlet valve. The pressure switches can fail by:
Diagnosing Washing Machine Pressure Switch Problems
Water Inlet Valve
The water inlet valve, pumps fresh water into the clothes washer to wash clothes. Sometimes this valve becomes clogged with calcium and debris then your washer won’t fill with water. These valves have small filter screens that can become damaged, rusted or clogged. If these are not the problems then it could be an issue with the solenoids, or coils, on the valve.
People also ask How does a washer inlet valve work? How do you fix a water inlet valve?
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