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HLP23E Haier Washer - Overview

Sections of the HLP23E

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WASHING MACHINE DRAIN PUMP – Part Number: WH23X27419
WASHING MACHINE DRAIN PUMP
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PartSelect #: PS12343437
Manufacturer #: WH23X27419
$57.65
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HOSE- DRAIN – Part Number: WD-3570-83
HOSE- DRAIN
PartSelect #: PS4127842
Manufacturer #: WD-3570-83
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WATER INLET PIPE COMPONENTS – Part Number: 30805520E
WATER INLET PIPE COMPONENTS
PartSelect #: PS12071571
Manufacturer #: 30805520E
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WASHING MACHINE WATER INLET VALVE – Part Number: WH13X26636
WASHING MACHINE WATER INLET VALVE
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PartSelect #: PS12343364
Manufacturer #: WH13X26636
$31.73
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FILTER - LINT – Part Number: WD-2800-20
FILTER - LINT
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PartSelect #: PS4127312
Manufacturer #: WD-2800-20
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LEG - ADJUSTABLE – Part Number: WD-4150-14
LEG - ADJUSTABLE
PartSelect #: PS4128035
Manufacturer #: WD-4150-14
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CLAMPDRAIN HOSE – Part Number: WD-1640-48
CLAMPDRAIN HOSE
PartSelect #: PS4126699
Manufacturer #: WD-1640-48
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WASHING MACHINE ACTUATOR MOTOR BRAKE – Part Number: WH20X27368
WASHING MACHINE ACTUATOR MOTOR BRAKE
PartSelect #: PS12343434
Manufacturer #: WH20X27368
$45.23
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BELT V – Part Number: WD-0350-18
BELT V
PartSelect #: PS4126112
Manufacturer #: WD-0350-18
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COUPLER - INLET HOSE – Part Number: WD-1940-01
COUPLER - INLET HOSE
PartSelect #: PS4126862
Manufacturer #: WD-1940-01
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    Eileen
    February 11, 2020
    When it starts to fill with water the water keeps draining out and it’s constantly losing the detergent and the code comes up as e4 but i followed all the info to solve it an i even put a new inlet hose with new fixtures and clean the thing that sits in the part where the inlet hose gets attached to the washer but i’m still losing water. Not sure what to do an i can’t find my manual to trouble shoot.
    For model number HLP23E
    Hi Eileen, thank you for your question. If your water level is not reaching where it is supposed to be, you might want to check the water inlet valve for being the issue. The valve can be tested with a multi meter and should be reading between 500 - 1500 ohms of resistance. Good luck with your repair.

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    Julietta
    December 1, 2021
    Why after final rinse and second time washing without tedergent the water not clear and with foam?
    For model number HLP23E
    Hello Julietta, Thank you for your inquiry. First make sure you are using the correct amount of detergent and correct type. Some washers only take a certain type of detergent. You may also have an issue with the drain hoses or drain pump. Check for any obstructions in the hoses and test the pump with a multimeter to see if it has continuity. Good luck with your repair.

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    Guifu
    May 25, 2022
    Haier HLP23 drainage system problem: direct drainage when water is injected
    For model number HLP23E
    Hello GuiFu, Thank you for the question. If the appliance drains the same time as it is filling, this is called the Syphon Effect. We suggest checking the drain hose to make sure it is not seated to high. The hose should not be higher then the water level in the drum. Also make sure the Hose is secure with the clamps. If you need help placing an order, customer service is open 7 days a week. Please feel free to give us a call. We look forward to hearing from you!

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      Common Symptoms of the HLP23E

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      Will not drain
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      The water stopped draining.
      I emptied all the water with a cup and laid the washer down on its back on the bathroom floor, ( it is a portable), with a few small pots and rags handy to collect water, just in case.
      I inspected the placement of the broken drain pump, I took photographs of all the wires placements and screws. I removed the broken drain pump photographing each step, then attached the new drain pump following each step in reverse and attached the 2 colored wires to the remains of the colored wires attached to the washer. I used electric tape to isolate and cover completely the exposed wires parts i joined. I then screwed everything back in place. I put the washer upright, connected the electrical cord and did a test. It is working great, and the water is draining well! It took me over 30 minutes, as the space under the machine, where the drain pump lodges, is quite tight and I needed a flash light.
      Parts Used:
      WASHING MACHINE DRAIN PUMP
      • ILANA from NEW YORK, NY
      • Difficulty Level:
        A Bit Difficult
      • Total Repair Time:
        30 - 60 mins
      • Tools:
        Pliers, Screw drivers
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      Washer wouldn't drain.
      Lifted up the washer from the bottom. Accessed the pump, unscrewed the motor and pulled off the rubber hose attached to the pump using a Phillips screwdriver and a wrench.
      Reattached the hose and the mounting screws. Worked just fine.
      Parts Used:
      WASHING MACHINE DRAIN PUMP
      • GABRIEL from GANADO, AZ
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        30 - 60 mins
      • Tools:
        Wrench (Adjustable)
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      Replace inlet valve
      Easy. Just need to remove top and 1 panel to access. Not too tight of a workspace.
      Parts Used:
      WASHING MACHINE WATER INLET VALVE
      • Annette from SEATTLE, WA
      • Difficulty Level:
        Really Easy
      • Total Repair Time:
        30 - 60 mins
      • Tools:
        Screw drivers
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