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Washer- Hot water wont stop flowing

The hot water in my washer just started today to flow even when cycle is on off. The only way to stop it is to shut off the valve- the cold water works perfectly. Can I fix this and how?

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You will have to replace the multi valve inside the washer where the lines come in, not too hard if you can use tools and find all the hold own bolts/ screws. the part can be a little pricey so you may want to take it to a repair shop. make sure that you UNPLUG first!

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You said, you are getting a no flow error code. This washer was installed today.If I have an air pocket, how do you get it out so the washer senses the water flow?

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