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My Asko W6661 washing machine water inlet fault would come on so I check the water inlet line and filter and everything was ok, but the water still would not come into the machine. I than check the solenoid and found that power was getting to the solenoid but they were stuck closed. I replace the solenoid inlet and now the water does not want to stop. It will start filling the machine with water as soon as I push in the power button even if the door is open and have not push the start button. The solenoids are getting power as soon as I push in the power button. Do I have a faulty main circuit board or is it something else that causing this problem.

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As the solenoid should should remain power free and closed until the programmer tells the circuit board to switch on the power, it could conceivably be either or both of those things, though I feel the chances are greater the circuit board is at fault.

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check the inlet valve solenoid there are three of them one might be o/c,also using to much soap can cause this or a coin stuck in the sump hose near the pump.the filter is in the valve but normally isnt the problem

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It is not an easy shut. They do this on purpose. Try using force at the point of contact. Do not slam.

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Unfortunately, the only way to be 100% sure this won't happen again is to replace the inlet water valve. Especially if the problem is intermittent. You could live with it if you turn off your water taps when the machine is not in use.

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Check the drain line to make sure the water does not siphon out as it enters the machine.

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