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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: washing machine overflowing
I'd have a look at your water level detector to start with. Usually a narrow bore hose running from near the bottom of the drum to a pressure switch somewhere near the top of the machine. Most common problem is that the hose gets blocked with gunk. With the machine off and drained, try removing the hose and giving both it and the barb on the drum that it came from a good clean through. A.
Posted on Jul 17, 2007
SOURCE: Filling With Water
This is probably a control board failure, which should be replaced by someone familiar with them.
If you are handy, you can do it yourself.
If you need assistance, let me know.
Posted on Mar 04, 2008
ck for stuck open fill valve ..with power unplugged does it keep filling if so valve if overfills only during fill cycle ck waterlvel control and associated hose to side of tub look for kinked or otherwise pluged line also possible pin hole in line
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
If this is a new occurance, and not "since it was installed", it may be the drain impellor. Little fins on top of the impellor sometimes get worn off. It is under the lower wash arm in the pump housing. The only trick to taking the pump apart is not loosing any of the shims.
Go to page 12.
Also, (and most likely if the unit looses water during the wash cycle), any obstruction to the drain valve can cause it to not drain proper. The drain valve uses a little flapper valve to drain the unit. It has a rubber stopper that needs to properly close. The drain valve is at the front of the unit with a red coil and white plastic body. It needs to be closely inspected. (page 22)
If this is a problem since it has been installed, it is likely due to the running of the external drain line. (Too high)
Posted on May 10, 2008
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