Question about General Electric WHDSR209DWW Top Load Washer
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Your problem is most likely the fill solenoids.
Often, grit, sand and other 'stuff' in your water supply will cause the solenoids to stick open.
To repair, pull the washer away from the wall, so you can access the area where your water hoses attach to the washing machine. Turn the water off.
Disconnect the water hoses, allowing them to drain into a bucker. Identify the screws that go from the back of the washer into the item that the hoses attach to. Remove those screws and disconnect the hose(s) that go into the body of the washer. Remove the solenoid unit. Purchase a new solenoid.
Reverse the removal procedure.
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