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ATW4675YQ0 Admiral washer overfilling, pressure sensor and tube replaced, still overfilling.

Mike in SRQ

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Jun 13, 2017
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Location
Sarasota, FL
Model Number
ATW4675YQ
Brand
Admiral
Age
1-5 years
My Admiral washer will not stop filling during the Fill cycle. When I unplug the washer, the water stops, so I believe that indicates the issue is NOT with the valve assembly, correct? I am able to blow air through the pressure sensor tube and can hear it coming out in the tub, so I don't believe it is clogged. Thinking I had isolated the problem, I replaced the pressure sensor and the tube but the problem persists. I am able to "trick" the control board by gently blowing into the pressure sensor tubing until the switch clicks, and then clamping the hose so it holds pressure. When I do this, the washer stops filling and continues to the next cycle (Wash). To me, this seems to indicate the problem is NOT with the control board either. So what am I missing? Is there a problem with the pressure drum? Any help would be appreciated. -Mike
 

jeff1

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Hi,

ATW4675YQ

Missing a digit.
I found ATW4675YQ0 & ATW4675YQ1

A copy:

OVERFILLS
Pressure hose.
Valve problem.
Washer requires calibration.
Pressure switch or onboard transducer.
Main control problem.
I don't know which model you have, one tech sheet is linked here.

jeff.
 

Mike in SRQ

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Location
Sarasota, FL
Thanks Jeff,
I have the "zero" model. ATW4675YQ0 with the pressure switch, not the transducer.
I'll use that tech sheet to see if I can get an error code, and run a calibration.
 

Mike in SRQ

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Messages
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Location
Sarasota, FL
Sorry for not updating this post earlier.
I was able to use the tech sheet and diaganose there was an error code indicating a bad control board.
I had already purchased a new pressure switch, which I did not need after all.
We decided we could not justify the cost of the replacement part, and found a new washing machine on sale.
It's all good though.
Thanks to this forum, I had been able to repair the washer a couple times previously and feel like we got our money's worth out of it.
 

Jake

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Thanks Mike for the update!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Jake
 
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