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Washer runs over

During the spin cycle the water does not drain and in fact runs over on to the floor. It doesn't do it all the time but at least once or twice a month. The washer is heavily used.

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I would advise you to check the outlet hose for an obstruction at the end it discharges the water, there could be a partial blockage, which can result in the water filling up the outlet stand pipe and overflowing.
It would not neccessarily do it every time., and make sure the outlet stand pipe is the right size as the hose has not to be stuck in tight.
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