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Water is entering the washer, when not in use.

Water is dripping into the drum in the back area one drop at a time. The machine is not turned on and the lid is open (in the off position). The water accumulates to a few inches over a couple of days, or until the machine is being used. If the machine is not used for a long period of time, when we are not present; the possibility of overflowing causes concern.

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The solenoids on your machine that let the water flow in are obviously leaking, but in my opinion not enough to be a real issue. It is always safe practice to turn off water sources to your washer at the fawcets after use, this can also save you from a possible flood if the hoses burst from age and deterioration. You should have a repair tech fix the solenoids though. But you can get away with that for a while if you turn off the water.

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