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- Water Level Pressure Switch
Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins
CustomerDennis from Burley ID
Pressure switch would not detect water level.
I replaced the pressure switch which I ordered from A-1. It still did not work. I then took a small rigid wire and inserted it into the pressure box on the side of the tub. Then I squirted water thru the tube to clean out the hole where the tube from the pressure switch is hooked up. The washer then worked fine. The pressure switch I replaced was probably OK. This was a learning experiance which cost me $68.00. Still cheaper than a repairman