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if it's off or unpluged and still filling up you have a bad water valve,mark the hoses if they're not marked already so you know where the hot and cold fill hoses go after you change out the water valve on the washer,usually sediment gets stuck in the valve stopping it from closing and the water will keep filling into the washer,i've seen houses flooded from this,shut down the house valve that feeds the washer until you get the new washer valve.hope this helps and good luck,next time send the brand name and model number.
You might have a partially clogged drain past your drain hose
(In the wall etc)
Thats overflowing behind the washer.
Watch the drain for a few washings and see if it overflows
It may be second or third or fifth load. Its hard to catch
If this was helpful please rate me. IMUFO2 Leo Ponder Appliance-Tyler,Texas email@example.com
1 of two problems happened. 1) either the water level sensor went bad. Which tells the water inlet valve when to shut off and the machine to start operating. 2) The water inlet valve has failed. This comes from the water hose and fills the washing machine.
possible fill valve is sticking open when filling after starting washer disconnect power and listen to see if water is still running in if so replace fill valve.. if water stops possible water level switch or small hose to switch plugged ..drain washer remove screws on each side of door frame front will pull off...small hose on some models was attached to pump housing and would become plugged with lint ckd for restriction in hose from bottom to top remove screws in console to acess other end attached to pressure switch