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there is a clear hose running up the left front of your machine that goes to a pressure switch, either the hose is clogged, has come loose , or the pressure switch is bad

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yes the tub could be replaced here are the part numbers

INNER TUB 131370400

OUTER TUB 131557201

it could be purchased at your local appliance parts store or online at;

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Here is a link to a exploded diagram of your machine and all the parts for it.

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You probably have dry bearings from all the heat over the years. Unplug the unit and remove the back to expose the bearing and shaft. Using a light oil such as 3-in-1 squirt oil into the bearing and let it soak in. Do this several times and keep a rag under the bearing to catch any excess oil. Odds are that with a little lubricant the dryer will quiet down and work fine for many more years. This would also be a good time to clean any lint and dust bunnies out of the unit. Reassemble and test. You should be good to go. Let me know if I can be of anymore help.


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You may have one of several parts malfunctioning. If the water level sensor isn't working or the water solenoid sticks, this will happen. Let it fill and when it is at a point where it should shut off, check for voltage at the water solenoid (should be where the hoses hook up) If there is voltage there, the sensor is suspect. The sensor is behind the knob or buttons that get set for the load size. There is a tube running down into the tub from the sensor. That could be blocked. Otherwise, the sensor itself is probably your best bet.

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the drain pipe could be having a block. some times buttons and coins are the culprits.

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unplug it and count to 10 and plug it back in.

If that doesn't work, remove the drain hose from its clips and lower the hose into a bucket. The unplug it and plug it back in. The water level switch also controls the door lock.

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Its possible, the water valve will be energised to allow water to come in. The only way to confirm is to pull the fridge out and see if the noise is coming from where the water hose would normally be connected.

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Unplug it for 5 minutes. If that doesn't work, you may need to empty it of water by lowering the drain hose into a pail lower that the door.

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Try going to another setting on the dial like heavy or delicate and spin the dial from start and click to almost the end of wash cycle and start. the pump should start draining. If not your may have to go a few clicks less or more just spin around again. If it does not pump out then it could be a clogged drain line or bad pump

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