Question about Washing Machines
I have a 7 cycle moffat washer 3 yrs old and for some reason last night I put the load in went on with other work and then noticed I didnt hear it washing. I went into the laundry room to check it and found that the room was flooded along with my living room and basement as my laundry room is on the 2nd floor. The water filled up and continued to run and not begin to wash. I decided to check it again tonight and found that all 3 levels for the water will not shut off. I had to manually turn the dial to start it washing so it would drain the tub. Has anyone had this problem with their washer? Please let me know what the problem was if you did.
Probably one of the water cut off solenoids not shutting off.
Do you use both hot AND cold water?
Try using only cold water first. If that works, maybe hot water solenoid is faulty.
Next, connect cold water to the HOT inlet, and try it again. This means you have now tried each of the solenoids, and maybe identified which one is faulty (assuming thats the problem!). If water wont cut off after trying this, the problem will be with whatever level sensing device it has, but I am not familiar with the model you have, so cant help there. Good luck.
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