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Water in drum after turning off

I have installed a Malber WD1000 in my tennants apt. I bought it used on Craig's list. It seems to be working fine, moving through the cycles and draining after each one. The tenant says, however, that when they turn it off, it fill half way with water.

Is this normal? Do I need to have the hose do something to keep drain water from easing its way back into the machine?

She also said that it is not drying well, but I think that is more about her learning to using the dryer part better.

Any suggestions?

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Could be a leaking fill valve ..not shutting off good after shutoff

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