|The stare down|
|I found it!|
Two weeks ago, when I basically threw a fit in my kitchen, he told me to go on line and get the diagram for the machine because he wasn't familiar with how they work. So I did. Then I called the local appliance center to see if there was a sensor that told the machine hot or cold, that maybe needed to be replaced. The gentleman in parts at Michael's repair center was really helpful. He explained that this machine did not have a sensor and that with the hard water that most homes have in the area it was probably just a clogged screen.
Wednesday night after waiting, and waiting (and two glasses of Reisling) I figured "how hard could it be?" With the help of Uncle Ricky to occupy the kiddos, I went to work. So I took out my tool box (yes, I have one, and No, it's not pink!) and took apart the water hoses and the back. It really wasn't hard, I was able to locate the intake screens and they were all clogged up, easily fixed.
Just as I was putting everything back together the hubby came home. He laughed and said he was going to fix that tonight! Ha!
Clothes washer is working correctly, I know know what to do in the future, and saved myself some bucks in the long run!
Score for me!