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The drain/spin cycle always adds water

Model #wfw9200sqa12.
I starch some items and want the machine to drain/spin only, without the machine adding water. It always adds water,( thus diluting the starch) then, it drains & spins.

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It's normal if it just adds a little bit of water. It does this so your drain pump impeller doesn't run dry which could damage it. If it's filling right up, there could be a malfunction with the control board, the pressure switch or the inlet valve .

You could try shutting off the water supply at the taps before you start the drain/spin cycle.
Good luck!

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