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PartSelect Number PS11754448
This part is able to sense the water level in the tub. When the water reaches the desired level, this switch stops the water from flowing in the tub and the washing program begins.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Simply removed 3 screws from the back of the washer, twisted the part to the side to remove it from the slot it fit in. Removed the hose, them removed the wiring plug. Plugged in the wiring to the new switch, put the hose back, slid the switch in to the proper slot, twisted it into place, replaced screws and cut the washer on! BINGO!! Been working like a dream.
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Tried all the Internet fixes and nothing worked. Bough the part put it in and BINGO! problem fixed. This is a class-action suit waiting to happen -- will never buy Whirlpool again. The stink problem persists despite cleaning and more cleaning.
Replacing the switch was extremely simple - just attached the hose, snapped in the electrical piece and snapped the part onto the side of the washer!
removed 3 screws from back, then pulled hose of piece and disconnected wire clip. reassembled. have tu turn bottom of the piece torward you to remove from machine. this part is located on the back right side, black on my machine 1x2x2/4 inches in size, this is looking down into the wash machine from the front.
Starting getting these errors...but we had also been washing about 300 towels a week from our gym for about 3 months. I contacted an ex-sears repairman friend of ours for advise. He first recommended checking the pump filter basket. It was easy to get to by taking off the front panel. It did have about three hand wipes and other debris in it. Removing these items did cause the errors to occur less often, but they still did continue. We had our repair friend come over and go through the diagnostics checks as per the instruction sheet that was on the inside of the washer. It came down to being the pressure sensor. After replacing the sensor, the washer has worked flawlessly.
After researching the issue on the internet, I found that this was a consistent problem with my washing machine model. Located Part Select, phoned them with the model of the machine and told them what I wanted. Part was received within 2 days. Flipped circuit breaker leading to washer off. Took top off of machine, located the pressure switch, had to twist to remove where it was attached to side of machine. Removed plug with wires, plugged into new switch & replaced to previous location. Machine runs like a brand new one (the longest time was trying to figure out how to get the switch unattached from the side of the machine). Disappointed with Whirlpool; couldn't say enough good things about Part Select!
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