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check clear tube that is inside machine.1st take off shell of machine look for clear tube about 1/4 inch diameter.it sometimes comes off,it pushes over nipple to load size water fill knob.if it came off the water will keep on flowing and over flow.if that's the problem just put a dab of silicon on nipple and push tube back on.
A defect in the water-inlet valve may mean that it's no longer able to shut off completely when the electricity has been turned off to it. If this occurs, the valve may leak and drip water into the clothes tub. In time, the water may accumulate substantially. If this happens, you need to replace the valve.Replace the water valve with this part.
put the washer on cold,start to fill washer, turn washer off if water still keeps filling you have a bad water valve,do the same test on hot,if both turn off when you push stop then check the water level hose from the water level switch to the tub,if both ends are secure then replace the water level switch-mike
Close the water supply valve and allow the machine to completely drain the water from the tub. Turn off the machine and disconnect it from the power outlet. Open the water supply valve. Replace the water inlet valve if water drips into the tub when the machine is off.
Start a new cycle if the machine stops filling when it is off. The control board or the water level switch is malfunctioning if it keeps filling even during the spin cycle. Indicate the model number for proper troubleshooting and repair assistance.
Easy fix, no parts needed mate. Simply look for a loose hose going to the water level switch. The small vacuum hose from tub to switch vibrates off from time to time OR sediment gets into the tube where it attaches at the base of the tub. Remove the hose at the switch in the control console and blow through it to clear any blockage and reattach firmly. Remove the water and retry. With any luck the washer will resume normal duty's. Good Day!
Please be carful as running the agitator without enough water will overheat and kick out the motor, however it should be ok when it resets itself.
Yes, the machine should stop agitating when you lift the lid so this too is part of the problem.
After looking at the print I can only suggest that the cam contacts in the timer ( contacts 12 and 14) that start the motor are burned and stuck together.
Does the water continue to run when the washer is unplugged from power? If it does, then there is something stuck in the inlet valve that is keeping it open. Could be the result of mineral deposits. If the water stops when unplugged then the water limit switch is defective. Unlikely since the water still flows when control knob is in off position.
There could be several causes for this, but probably a bad timer. One test for this...when it stops...is to turn it off...and turn the timer slightly clockwise...to the middle of the rinse cycle...and turn it back on. Does it run then?? Try advancing it to the spin cycle after the rinse. If it runs okay after you manually advance the knob...the timer is probably defective.