Question about Washing Machines
A common cause to the constant fill problem is the air dome hose coming loose from the pressure switch. The following link explains:
It is common for the hose to come loose and fall off the pressure switch from vibration and from becoming stretched. Without this hose attached, the pressure switch cannot detect the change in pressure from the wash tub as the washer fills. The result is a washer that continues to fill to the point of overflowing. If the hose IS attached, check the entire length of the hose for leaks. Also, double check the electrical connections to the pressure switch to ensure good contact. All these steps will assist you in determining if you have a bad pressure switch, or a problem that requires no parts. Please read through the rest of the link and let me know if you still require assistance. I hope this helps you.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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