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Washer does not stop filling up with water

The water does not shutoff and it just keeps filling up

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Hi it works on presure take lid off you should see a round or oval part clipped to inside of machine with about 4 wires going to it allso a plastic pipe to bottom make sure the pipe hasent come off if not its the switch

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