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My GE Washer model # WDSR2080DAWW is overfilling unless I take the hose off the side that controls the load indicator switch and blow air into, once I do that, it will stop filling and work perfectly, how do i fix this problem?

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I fixed my washer by taking off the hose that controls the load indicator switch and blew air into it and it works like a charm, so please don't charge me 20 dollars cause i fixed it myself, thanks

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Asker's Testimonial " Thanks rdrsp. When I took the control panel off, I found that the tube had fallen off the control valve. I put it back on with a band clamp. " - bill_marv460 "

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