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    Default WA50M7450AW Samsung HE top load water level

    Model Number: WA50M7450AW
    Brand: Samsung
    Age: 1-5 years

    Does anyone know of an after market pressure switch that will allow the use of more water when washing but will still allow the tub to completely drain once done?

    Iíve noticed if you adjust the OEM valve it will not drain all of the water from the tub.

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    No such animal. Why do you want more water? The HE machines are designed to use less water.
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    Because when washing large loads everything doesnít get wet much less washed.

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    Sounds like you're overloading it. I'll move this thread out of the refrigerator forum and into the washer forum. You find the model number (read it from the tag on the machine) and post it.
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    It’s the samsung WA50M7450AW

    It’s 5.0 cu ft and supposed to be able to handle king size comforters but apparently a large load of clothes is too much for it to thoroughly wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcworth View Post
    .....apparently a large load of clothes is too much for it to throughly wash.
    That doesn't surprise me about Samsung machines but the last thing you want to do is modify it. Besides the large comforter does it wash a regular load of laundry OK?
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    Seems to do ok if you do a small load but I’m a bit of a clean freak and prefer it using more water if able.

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    That seems to be my luck lol

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