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If the problem with your Whirlpool direct drive washer is that is not filling in any of the cycles that you try it on, you will need to check the following parts until you find the part or parts that could be causing the problem.
The Water Faucets: The first thing you will need to check and make sure is that the water faucets that supply water to the washer are opened and that water could flow to the water valve in the washing machine.
The Wall Outlet: The next step is to check to make sure that there is electricity in the wall outlet. A blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker could be the cause why your Whirlpool washer is not filling at all. My wall outlet video will show the easier way to check the voltage at the outlet.
Cabinet Removing: Now is time to start checking the parts that could be causing the not filling Whirlpool washer. The first thing you need to learn is how to remove and reinstall the cabinet of the washer.
The water valve filters: These filter are used to stop sediment in the water from entering your washer, specially if you use well water. With time the water vale screens or filters will get clogged with sediment preventing the washer from filling properly or not filling at all.
Water Mixing valve: The water valve is use to allow the selected water to come in and fill the washer. It usually has two incoming ports, one for hot water and the other for cold water.
Water Temperature Switch: The job of this switch is to send electricity to the water valve solenoids according to the selection you make on the water temperature switch.
Water Level Switch: The job of this switch is to control the amount of water that the washer takes in, according to the level selected. If the contacts inside of this switch are burnt out, It could cause a not filling Whirlpool washer problem.