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SInce the washer works ok on the small load size yet overflows on all others the problem is going to be with the water level switch and it should be replaced to remedy that problem.
The part number for that water level switch is W10339229 it could be purchased at your local appliance parts store or online at searspartsdirect.com apdepot.com partselect.com apwagner.com repairclinic.com
The motor is locked out until the water level requirement is met. The level selector switch is probabably having issues, try rotating it back and forth between small / medium / large loads. If it starts to fill on larger load sizes, it will be the switch itself. If it doesn't do anything at all, it could be the switch, but most likely it is the level sensor. Both are located in the compartment behind the controls panel.
shut off water remove rear hoses pull screen from inside opening and clean ..BE SURE TO REINSTALL SCREENS..if still slow or stopped altogether replace fill valve..remove rear screws in console lift and roll console back unplug lid switch pop the clips on each corner up and off cabinet will lift off valve is top right side
choose the load size on the timer for what your putting in large small medium etc match the water fill large small med etc select wash rinse temp to you pref add soap bleach fabric softner pull out the knob make sure the lid is closed