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Lg washer my WM2032HW washer continues to fill with water after the cycle is complete. any sugestions? also my lg DLE5932W clothes dryer will not operate in the normal setting. any help would be appreciated. thanks.

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    after wash cycle the water is still in the washing machine

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Funny enough LG water inlet valves are favorite for that problem. if you put the power off and the water still flows into the tub then the valve needs to be serviced. if it goes off when power is switched off but continues to fill after cycle is complete then board needs replacement.

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