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Water keeps coming into the d/w from the valve even when the machine is not on why is that

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It sounds like the water valve solenoid is bad or it is getting power when it shouldn't

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the cold water is coming in the machine when the water is off is that what you said? shut off the faucets that go to the machine bad water valve its the piece that the hoses connect to please write back to clarify on when the cold water shuts off thanks again
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Close the water supply valve and allow the machine to completely drain the water from the tub. Turn off the machine and disconnect it from the power outlet. Open the water supply valve. Replace the water inlet valve if water drips into the tub when the machine is off.

Start a new cycle if the machine stops filling when it is off. The control board or the water level switch is malfunctioning if it keeps filling even during the spin cycle. Indicate the model number for proper troubleshooting and repair assistance.

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there is valve in the back of the machine where the 2 pip going to the machine if it get power even when the spin cycle is on then the controll panel is bad if it is not getting power but the water keep comming in the valve is bad also check that the pressure switch is working fine and the tube to it is clean from suds.
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Water valve is stuck open, probably by lime or calcium build-up. Proper fix is to replace the water valve. How old is the washer?

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