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OE is normally down to blocked drain pipes, mcalpine (connection under the sink) or a blocked front filter. empty the machine and unscrew the filter behind the flap at the bottom right hand side, check for any obstructions, icoins, hair grips etc are normally blocking here
if it fails to stop running only at the rinse part of the cycle it is probably in the timer as the solenoid valve has to cut the water off when the washer fills for the wash cycle too. fills for wash cycle and cuts off water, washes and drains, refills for rinse cycle and water just keeps running? does this every time you run it? that's in the timer. bad solenoid (water inlet valve) would keep running even on wash fill up. hope this helps.
all rinse cycles are filled with cold water to keep the clothes from wrinkling.set up the washer to run with just cold water.start it,if no water comes into washer,shut down your house water valve that fills the washer,take off the cold water hose,stick it in the washer or if there's a sink or where ever and turn on the water,if water comes out of the hose then you need a new water valve on the washer
it's syphoning caused by the drain hose in the stand pipe (wall) too far.
pull the drain hose out and stick in 6 inches only and secure to one of the fill hoses so it does not go back down too far. This will solve your problem
Does the motor run? Does the water get pumped out at the end of wash cycle or during the rinse cycle or when you turn the dial by hand to the end of a cycle? If the water gets pumped out then the motor is OK but the clutch is not working. If the motor is not running then that is the problem. If the water fills and then nothing happens (the dial does not turn by itself) the timer is bad. If the timer is bad but you turn it by hand the other actions (wash, rinse, etc. should work indicating no problems with motor and clutch).
Hi, the water valve is defective, to make sur unplug the washer 117 electrical corde from the wall and look if it still fill up, if yes then u can be sure that the inlet valve is defective, juste replace the valve and ur home free.. wish u well, Alain
The drain hose needs to be lifted above the high fill level in washer.The easiest way to fix this is take the drain hose (if your drain hose starts from the bottom of machine and goes up)tie or strap it to the back of the washer so it cant sag or drop down and start syphoning the water.Remember the washer will drain out the water if the drain hose is lower than the amount of water in the tub.Thats why your making sure by tieing the drain hose to the highest point before it makes it way to the drain .