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In the diagram at the link below, number 46 is the screw at the back of each end cap (16 & 29) on the sides of the timer console. Loosen those screws and pull the console forward, lift and hinge it up. Once hinged up, you will see the pressure switch (controls water level), number 12 in the diagram. There is a small tube attached to that pressure switch. Carefully remove that tube and blow through it (the tube). Does air easily pass?
Hook it back up and if no change, replace that pressure switch, available below. Good job! :-)
Yes, you will need that switch I linked you to, part number W10339251. Be sure to change the hose that comes with it, too! The switch will twist a quarter turn counter clockwise and pull off.
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