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You have a drain issue, something is preventing the water from being pumped out fast enough, weak pump, blockage in pump or hoses, slow drain(water can be sucked back in if it does not get a burp of air after the pump quits) Eric
You will need to get behind the washer, turn the water off, disconnect the hose from the washer, look for a screen inside the water valve, hopefully there is one that you can clean if necessary. I always put the hose over in the washer and turn the water on to check the flow.
If the screens on both hot and cold are clear, water flow is good on both hot and cold, connect the water back to the washer. If the flow is still slow then the problem is inside the valve. The valve will have to be replaced.
its in your cold water line valve to the washer if it works good with hot water the valve are incoming line being blocked when you turn it on the pressure comes in fast then when pressure is gone water slows down so when its off the pressure builds back up it runs fast then slow
out balance are water still in tub will do that try cleaning out the pump filter under the panel at the bottom of the washer some have a big white looking screw you turnit remove filter if there water in it it will flow to the floor so have something to catch it with
please hold my rating till were done i need your model number to give you the proper procedure for checking your drain pump as i believe something in it is restricting your drain flow and three different companies build kenmore