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You have to shut your wall inlet pipe after your wash is over. If the leak persists you only have to change the inlet valve, which you can do yourself, see internet for spares quoting your washer number, model. It is good to keep the valve closed when the machine has finished it's wash.
For unlocking hold down "end of cycle" button at right side of panel for 3 - 5 seconds. The door remains locked when there is water in the machine, it does not want to wet your floor. Today's machines are smart. Helped?
you will need to take the top off, look at back of the machine toward the top and you should have 2 to 3 screws to remove. slide the top toward you .. Please Do All Steps With Power Disconected from the machine. :)
Make sure you have turned the hot and cold water off befor you take the hoses off.
Make sure you watch what wires you take off of the valve and put them back where you found them.
the inlet valves are shot. what happens the coils in the inlet vales can no longer hold the water from going into the unit, causing water to run into unit when not in use. replace the inlet valves and you should be good to go. the inlet valves can be removed by, removing top panel(3screws in back), disconnecting hoses, taking the small clamp on the small hose connected to the dispenser. theirs a small screw holding the inlet valves from back pane, remove old inlet valves and replace and you should be all set. hope it helps.
You are going to have to replace the water inlet valve. Since it's filling after the end of the wash the pressure switch is not going to detect the fill. The valve is not closing properly. It's an easy fix, remove the top and the valve is right there, te part number i think is 8181694
kig, sometimes this error will stem from the drain pump operation and sometimes from the flow meter itself. The first thing to do is drop the bottom panel and make sure the drain filter is clean. It sits right in front and just unscrews. Make sure to have enough towels on hand to soak up the water that is left in the tub. After you have checked this make sure both water valves are turned on, clear the error by pressing pause/cancel twice. Check to make sure the drain hose is not kinked and that there is no siphon problem. If the error still returns after checking the above, the next thing I would suspect is the flow meter itself. This sits right in line with the water inlet valves. It's just a reed valve that measures the amount of water entering the washer and monitors the pressure switch. You can access it by removing the top and it will be on the left side in line with the inlet valve. Check this first and post back. Catriver.
Carmel, I've seen this a number of times on the HE3, you are going to have to replace the water inlet valve. Since it's filling after the end of the wash the pressure switch is not going to detect the fill. The valve is not closing properly. If you post the model number I can give you the part number. It's an easy fix, remove the top and the valve is right there. If you need any assistance in changing it you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Catriver..post back.