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Machine won't stop filling

My Admiral 5.2kg machine (model A6964)starts filling and won't stop in both the wash and rinse cycles. The cycle doesn't seem to advance at all. Very occasionally it does work, but most times it will not. Cheers for any help!

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  • washgirl Jan 12, 2008

    the machine continues to fill and drain simmutainiously. does not aggitate even when dial is turned mannually. Dial does not advance.

  • washin hell Apr 19, 2008

    wont stop filling and draining at the same time was told to connect to non vented outlet pipe.

  • joan92663 Apr 21, 2008

    The washer will run the cycle but either not drain for spin cycle or will drain and refill during spin cycle.

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Isn't there a water level switch that tells the selenoid to shutoff the water? The waster turns off when you go to off so it appears the selenoid works... Is there a float switch?

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Sounds like your solinoid valve needs replacing. It cuts the water off when it has reached the right level.

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