This has nothing to do with oil. It doesn't fill with water. Cycle starts fine and all is good until it should fill. Please respond to question at hand. Thanks.
OK I thought you were asking about the oil. Why are you saying the cycle start fine and all is good until it should fill? Isn't the first thing the washer does is fill? How can the cycle start without filling?
You would think. It comes on and I can hear my hoses fill that connect to washer, but then it stops and does not shut off, it just pauses and doesn't go any further. Have disconnected the hoses to make sure all is well and water is making it to washer. Moved it downstairs when I bought it a week ago and then it didn't work. Worked great prior to the move. Could a valve inside have busted or something come loose?
Ha ha ha. No new steel braided hoses (i wish). Where is the valve located and are the wire connections easy to replace. Money is tight and I would really like to do this myself. Why would wires go bad from being moved from one location to another? Not trying to be a "B" but I really want to understand. Thank you so much for your help.
One last question. Went down and looked under lid for model #. is this correct? XXXXXXXXXXX I'll pay rest of money and give you a good rating. My ineptitude is not your fault. Crap, really wanted to do this myself. Thanks again! If you can send step by step instructions my e-mail is furflea01@gmail. Thank you for your time.
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Jeez... they don't make it obvious. 110 C05 1 3 1 4 3 9 . I'll leave you alone after this. I realize I will have to admit defeat and have someone come in to fix. Thought I could handle a loose valve :/ Thanks again for taking the time.
No way! I believe you but it was purchased from Sears in Wichita KS. My friends mom passed away and it's the equivalent of the car that was only driven to church on Sundays. Everything can be found online if you know where to look. Don't know why you are doing this part time but good luck and best wishes.