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what would cause my water to not come into my washer

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what would cause my water to not come into my washer
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  applianceguy replied 8 years ago.
Hi, can you give me the make and model # ?
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Kenmore #92195810
Expert:  applianceguy replied 8 years ago.
Is that the complete model # ? It is not coming up for me.
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Yes that is what is on the tag that is on the washer. in the lid it says stylemaster 909725
Expert:  applianceguy replied 8 years ago.
I will opt out so another tech may help you, I cannot get the model # XXXXX come up. Sorry.
Expert:  John replied 8 years ago.

Hi

What happens when you set it to the wash cycle

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
nothing. no water comes into the washer. it is hooked up an the water is on. It trys to cycle through but there is no water
Expert:  John replied 8 years ago.

When you say it tries to cycle through .

What does it do.

Does the motor start instead of water coming in or what happens

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
you can here it clicking but there is no motor sounds
Expert:  John replied 8 years ago.

Hi

If you hear a clicking noise from the timer .

And no water replace the water valve

Customer: replied 8 years ago.
Where is the water valve located?
Expert:  John replied 8 years ago.

Leaks water...check the pump first. The fill valve and hoses may be the next step. See how to take apart info. With the use of plastic drain hoses on many machines today, this has become a common leak trouble maker. The drain hose can rub the wall or a pipe and this will rub a hole in the drain hose.

John, Home Appliance Technician
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Experience: Appliance repair business owner for over 43 years.
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