This is for an Admiral mod. # AAV7000AWW. The water doesn't know when to stop. I opened up entire top and found that mice had chewed through a thin clear rubber hose. One end of the hose is attached to the outer side of the wash tank. Goes for about 16 inches to where the mice chewed through it. Can't figure out where this hose was supposed to attach to, and how long it should be. Can't find a hose diagram for this model anywhere.
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If your drain is not high enough, 39 inches, from the ground, it will siphon out. Also if your drain hose is too far down the drain, this will also happen. Just make sure your drain hose in not laying on the ground.
yes i would agree the water valve is defective as if unplugged it should close,but also sounds like a pressure sensor or pressure hose problem that is also defective too due to the fact that it should at least start the wash cycle even though the water doesn't stop filling,so also it could be the central control unit,pressure switch or pressure hose
Remove the control console cover. Find the water level switch.
It has a small tube attached to it.
Remove the tube and blow air through it. It is probably stopped up. Reattach it to the water level switch.
Look over the length of the tube and may sure it is not pinched.
Set the washer to spin and run spin for about 1 minute.
Then run water on a lower level and see if it shuts off.
If not replace the water level switch.
this is 1 of 2 problems. either the pressure switch is no good or the pressure switch hose has a hole in it causing the air pressure from triggering the switch. locate the pressure switch and pull the hose off the end. start the washer and try to blow into the end where the hose was connected. if the water stops then you will need to replace the pressure switch hose. if the water doesn't stop coming in then you will need to replace the pressure switch