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Has this done this since you got it ? Can you get me the model number also? It should be right inside the door when you open thanks Bryan
The model number on the washer door is
I am looking for the "green" accept button, button, but don't see it. I did not want to subscribe to any year long membership, but do not mind paying for this information if you can tell me how to fix this issue.
Sorry I hadn't gotten back to you. The water pressure is fine at the washer and the r est of the house. My husband believes that this washing machine is so "water efficient" that it just won't pump enough water in it to even clean well. I thought maybe there might be an adjustment or something on the machine that could be changed so more water would enter the tub. Apparently, there is no low, med, or high for water level like the old washers had - it supposedly "knows" how much water to put into the tub.
I haven't checked the "Accept Answer" as of yet, because I haven't gotten a satisfactory answer to my problem.
Apparently the only resolution to my dissatisfaction with the Whirlpool (Duet) washer not having enough water in it, is to get another washer because it just doesn't wash well with so little water in it and according to what you've told me, there is no adjustment to increase the amount of water in the tub.
As far as rating your service answewrs, I didn't think you were really familiar with these "water" efficient machines if you had to ask me about the water pressure, etc., because apparently all the front loaders (and some top loaders) have this thing about "saving water" and without more water, clothes just aren't going to be clean or rinse well of soap/chemicals well no matter what you do! So I don't know how to rate that.
So there is nothing else I need to know. You can stop sending me e-mails now. If I need any fruther assistance in that area or any other areas, I'll let you all know.