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Washer fills then drains

My washer fills with water, but then automatically drains without going through a cycle. Then the washer will continue to put water into the machine, but it doesn't fill, it just drains.

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Re: washer fills then drains

Daisy, check your drain hose going into the drain. It sounds like you have a siphoning problem. If the drain hose does not have a air gap the water filling will siphon right out. Check this first and post back, Catriver.

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