Where is the sensor in a washing machine?
In a washing machine, the Hall Effect sensor is mounted onto a printed circuit board in the electronics panel or onto the frame of the appliance, and a magnet is mounted on the rotating dial. When the dial is turned, the magnet rotates and changes the magnetic field detected by the Hall Effect sensor.
What does a washer sensor do?
If the water level seems too low, or if the washer does not fill completely, auto-sensing helps stabilize the amount of water used. The washer senses the size of the load and adds the correct amount of water for the load size. You may notice during a cycle that the wash load is not completely submerged in water.
How do you bypass a washing machine sensor?
- Let us say you have 2 lbs of clothes.
- Add the 2 lbs of clothes in the washtub.
- Before commencing the wash cycle, pour 4 lbs of water over the clothes and let water to soak into the fabric.
- Start the wash cycle.
- You have successfully bypassed water level sensor.