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Re: WD200S overfills with water
Sounds like the switch that detects the water level is malfuntioning, this can be caused by one of several reasons.
I assume that the water stops running in if you stop the m/c, if it does not, then you have a faulty water inlet valve, which you would have to replace.
I think you neede to call an engineer.
Hope this helps.
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