This pressure switch is on the whirlpool front loader, model #CHW9900WQO.
There is very little water in the machine, and being a "green machine" thats the way it is supposed to be. Due to customer complaints and lack of use, it needs more water. Period.
Soooo...there are 4 brass screws on the switch. I am wondering if anyone has adjusted these with positive results. And which ones did you adjust and which way. Trying to use someone elses experience before i try it myself.
Whirlpool, kevin, the technician I spoke with, and i quote after i explained the problem said "Thats your problem". Thanks Kevin, Thank you whirlpool. 6 washers at 1100$ each and its my problem.
I emailed toneluck who makes the switch out of Hong Kong, so maybe they can help.
Turning a pressure switch screw COUNTER-clockwise should raise the water level. Conversely, turning it clockwise should lower the level.
You can turn a screw counter-clockwise for one full turn and see what happens.
Since you turn it one full turn, and you get a bad result, all you have to do is to turn it back, and try another screw....one at a time, taking note as to what you have done so you can reverse it, if need be.
Usually, a 1/4 turn will raise the water 1" from my experience, so a full turn should make you see a very noticeable difference.
On my washers, the screw on the right (with the air hose facing down) will control the low water level. The one on the left does the high water level.
Like I always say...."It all comes out in the wash"....